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    Juz found out my D7000 got oil stains after shoot for about 8k shutter counts

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    Quote Originally Posted by hlwong View Post
    Juz found out my D7000 got oil stains after shoot for about 8k shutter counts
    Sucks man. I don't use my D7K that much.. if it gets oil problems it will invariably be after the warranty period. >.<
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    Quote Originally Posted by pbear1973

    Sucks man. I don't use my D7K that much.. if it gets oil problems it will invariably be after the warranty period. >.<
    Haha. Thn go out and burst shoot everything now and check for oil stains :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by hlwong
    Juz found out my D7000 got oil stains after shoot for about 8k shutter counts
    Sad to hear. Send it for servicing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hlwong View Post
    Juz found out my D7000 got oil stains after shoot for about 8k shutter counts
    send it down to NSC lo.. i also just send it in and got back last week...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pbear1973 View Post
    Sucks man. I don't use my D7K that much.. if it gets oil problems it will invariably be after the warranty period. >.<
    mine got oil stain at 2-3k shutter counts.. so u can check if urs had it or not.. but mine i think cox i shot burst at NDP..
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    Actually I've never got how to check for shutter count. All the webs I found only say check exif with a certain software. Anyone can give step-by-step idiotproof instructions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie View Post
    Actually I've never got how to check for shutter count. All the webs I found only say check exif with a certain software. Anyone can give step-by-step idiotproof instructions?
    if u got flickr u can upload it to flickr to see the shutter count...
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    Quote Originally Posted by seezhijie
    Actually I've never got how to check for shutter count. All the webs I found only say check exif with a certain software. Anyone can give step-by-step idiotproof instructions?
    U use windows?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fudgecakes

    U use windows?
    If u do, once u have opanda, right click your latest image and click on the option "view exif/....." then scroll down to this section called MakerNote. Scroll further down till you see this thing that says "total number of shutter releases" in the left column and the the number on the right column
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    when in live view.. how to change focus mode?
    as in area af or face detect af...
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    Half press does exactly the opposite, it turns off the LCD. Actually, learn to read info thr the viewfinder. It gives you more quick info than your LCD screen.

    In additional, keep looking at the LCD screen is what some photographer call chimping. Which is a little bad because it takes your eye away from the viewfinder, which results in missing shots or the "moment". That's why DSLR camera spent some much in designing the best ergonomic, flexible and easy to reach buttons so that photographer will spend more time in the viewfinder than in the LCD. There's a few advantage, firstly it lessen the problem of missing shot as stated before. 2ndly, it also conserve batteries as LCD consumes more power than everything else in a camera except built in flash.
    Thanks for the reply. Well, i don't think the LCD will drain that much by viewing on the lcd. To me, that saving is insignifcant.
    Chimping? Nope. I think is ok to miss the "moment". Clearly, Nikon only design what they have in mind and not what the consumer have in mind. An option like this should be available for the user to use it or not. i think.

    Quote Originally Posted by TonyOng View Post
    u half-shutter the info will be on the top lcd ma.. so u can read it from there or look thru the viewfinder to see the info..
    can enlgihten me on this? The top lcd does not reflect on my AF-A focal point (it keeps showing it is in the middle when already adjusted it). Is there a reason why?

    sorry, the questions above are asked by my friend and i have no idea what is it.
    Last edited by nanochan1; 17th March 2012 at 09:50 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nanochan1 View Post

    can enlgihten me on this? The top lcd does not reflect on my AF-A focal point (it keeps showing it is in the middle when already adjusted it). Is there a reason why?

    sorry, the questions above are asked by my friend and i have no idea what is it.
    Is ur lens in MF? The AF point in used can be seen in the viewfinder...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nanochan1 View Post
    Thanks for the reply. Well, i don't think the LCD will drain that much by viewing on the lcd. To me, that saving is insignifcant.
    Chimping? Nope. I think is ok to miss the "moment". Clearly, Nikon only design what they have in mind and not what the consumer have in mind. An option like this should be available for the user to use it or not. i think.
    I think what they had in mind is that when u get to this range of camera u will have enough knowledge to do away with all the animations.. I was a user of D60 and i still use it sometimes.. but now i also don really refer to the LCD for the info unless doing initial adjustments.. i prefer what my D7000 have.. the top lcd is better IMO..
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyOng View Post
    u half-shutter the info will be on the top lcd ma.. so u can read it from there or look thru the viewfinder to see the info..
    Quote Originally Posted by TonyOng View Post
    Is ur lens in MF? The AF point in used can be seen in the viewfinder...
    nope. is a 18-105 vr kit lens and on AF. The rear lcd is reflecting to the correct position but the top LCD isn't
    Last edited by nanochan1; 17th March 2012 at 10:03 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nanochan1 View Post
    nope. is a 18-105 vr kit lens and on AF. The rear lcd is reflecting to the correct position but the top LCD isn't
    i don think the top lcd will show the position of the AF point.. but i might be wrong... as i normally see it from the viewfinder only..
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    I thought latest batch solve the oil stain issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyOng View Post
    i don think the top lcd will show the position of the AF point.. but i might be wrong... as i normally see it from the viewfinder only..
    thanks for the reply. appreciated it. I will let my friend know it cant be help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nanochan1 View Post
    thanks for the reply. appreciated it. I will let my friend know it cant be help.
    jus look thru the viewfinder for the point in use lo.. easier to adjust to correct point when shooting also..
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    Quote Originally Posted by strikeback4 View Post
    I thought latest batch solve the oil stain issue?
    mine was bought at last year july..
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