Question about Nikon Cameras
That is a common problem, take the camera to a professional service for a calibration
Posted on Feb 12, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I assume the AF/M switch on the body is set to AF as well? This has not been mentioned but the D50 has two drive systems for AF.
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
I recommend that you print this test chart: http://www.photo.net/learn/focustest/scale45.jpg
Just print it on an ordinary paper, then put it on a table, and take a picture at it from a 45 degree angle, using the center focusing point only, aimed at the thicker line in the middle. The numers are centimeters. Take the test picture at f/1.4. Make sure you have good light so you get a fast shutter time. If you have a tripod, mount the camera on the tripod prior to taking the test picture.
Then examine the picture in your computer, zoomed to 100%. Now it should be clear wheter you got back- or front focus, and how large the problem is.
Unfortunately, there is no way for you to adjust the camera and lens combination yourself, you will have to send/bring the camera to an autorized camera workshop. This is covered by the warranty.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
SOURCE: D90 Nikon autofocus problems
Try a reset (hold down both buttons with green dots next to them) and see if that helps.
Also try cleaning the contacts on the lens itself (light rub with a pencil eraser usually works well).
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
SOURCE: My TI -89 won`t turn off
Solution that worked for me, taken from "Ti-89 titanium wont turn off":
Best Solution posted on Mar 05, 2008 Guest
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I was able to fix the problem nut it requires several steps and only offers a temporary fix (untill the calculator is reset then it needs to be done again).
1. Press F5, then Dimond (symbol on buttion) then "Clear"
2. Press "alpha" then "S"
3. Press "0" dont mess with anything else here
4. Press "2nd" then "Quit"
Now you can turn it off but are missing the bottom text (rad,auto, etc...) to fix
6. Press "Mode" change radian to degree then "enter"
Now the text is displayed showing the mode.
7. Set the mode back to radian by reversing step 6.
Thats it I dont know how to get the bottom line back though...
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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