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  1. pecker p

    wonderful but my flash pops up but does not flash,is it broken,sorry to bother you

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  2. Ayano Miku

    Ignore my first comment. My question have been answered by your video. Thank you so much. Thats really help

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  3. Udoy Khondoker

    why my pics become blur when a take it in M mode… when i see it its clr..but when i take it its bexome blur

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  4. Craig Kirkwood

    Alright mate my aperture won't go lower than 5.6 any idea why new to this game you see cheers

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  5. Susan Leonard

    I've found your video very helpful but I have a question about the lens. I have a Nikon D3400. What do the numbers in the lens represent & what number should I put it on for auto mode? The numbers in the lens are 18, 24, 35, 45 & 55.

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  6. CAMRON'S VIEW

    I have the same camera and I took of the black piece around the view finder and it is more comfortable for me. I recommend trying to take a picture without it.

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  7. Jaiman Jafri

    Hello Sir, I Have One This Camera, Can U Help Me. Why After I Shoot The Photo And When I Want To Copy At The Laptop. I Cant Open It On Laptop? How To Convert The Cemera Version To Laptop Version.

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  8. BAGO BASS

    can i put other nikon lenses on here? and this takes video right

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  9. Heidi Lachel/Keller Williams Success Realty

    Just what I've been searching for. Thank you for the basics of the camera. Very helpful.

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  10. niru gupta

    thanx so much…it was very informative for a beginner like me.

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  11. Matthew Glass

    thanks … can i ask whats the best settings for a video my video is blurry!?

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  12. denniszenanywhere

    Why am I not seeing photos I take on my SD card? I was told it may be saving on a clipboard. Where is the clipboard and how I disable that? Thanks

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  13. Heather Baiocchi

    Thank you for this. You have explained the functions very well. As a bit of a techno-phobe, I feel comfortable using my camera now.

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  14. itsjacky

    after you change the aperture, how do you proceed to take pictures? do you go back to guide mode? will it automatically save the changes you just made? sorry im still new to photography.

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  15. Edward Smith

    top class video i just started to use a DSLR camera for the first time its really helped me alot

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