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 Nikon Coolpix 3200 the LCD monitor shows the picture you've just taken and the features that make picture taking easy These are?

Answer Most DSLR's include a "Sports" shutter speed function. That's what i use so my images arern't blurry. Hope this helps!
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How do you get the coolpix s60 to work when it freezes after taking a picture?

OVER EXPOSURE - too bright, the image would result to being whiter than normal. UNDER EXPOSURE - too dark, the image would likely to appear black
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What does it mean when there are green and red lines going through a picture on the nikon coolpix S210?

The D90 shutter is rated for 100,000 actuations. So if you shot 2100 photos per month (which is alot of shooting), you might need to have the shutter serviced for about $65 in 4 years. Of course by... Read More »
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The LCD screen on the nikon coolpix 5560 is just complete black when eye go to take a picture but everything still works how can you fix this?

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How do you take a really great picture of someone or something in a duskypartly lighted place outside using a Nikon Coolpix L3 Ver 1.2 digital camera?

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