digital – My remote shutter release wont work on Nikon D5200

So I’ve had a remote shutter release for a while and only decided today to give it a try, I know to put the camera in manual and go into bulb which is fine when my camera is in single frame mode or whatever it goes into bulb fine but when I put my camera to quick-response remote and turn the dial to go to bulb, bulb isn’t an option and it just comes up as time?

So basically my camera does bulb until I put it into quick response remote mode and then it won’t say bulb it’ll say time and my remote shutter won’t work

Any advice? Settings maybe? I’ve looked up on Google and nothing seems to be coming up

Can Snapbridge, with a Nikon D3500, let you see what the camera lens sees?

Probably not, unless Nikon has changed the way they do the D3x00 series. We’ve got a number of related questions that all deal with the D3x00 series of cameras not having the ability to do tethered shooting. Even Nikon cameras that are capable of tethered shooting don’t give real time Live Views off camera with the major tethering software applications. There are some other apps that claim they can do it with upper tier Nikon cameras, such as the D7x00 series or the three digit (D850, D300, etc.) and single digit (D5, D4,etc.) models.

Is there a way to replicate Nikon D3100 live view on my laptop screen?
Can I tether my Nikon D3200 to Lightroom?
how could I duplicate my Nikon D5300 live view on both my PC and camera itself?
Can I live view my Nikon D3200 via laptop/ tablet etc?
Is Nikon D3200 compatible with external monitor?
How can I use live view while tethering a Nikon D810 to LightRoom 5 CC?
Are there any free Windows programs to get a live view for a Nikon D700 in tethered capture mode?
Nikon D3200 Android USB control

nikon – Is there a way to keep the LCD on a D3500 active while using Snapbridge?

I have looked around and found out that as of now, the D3500 has limited use with the Snapbridge app. I understand that the App will not show me what my camera is seeing and is mostly just there to push the button to take the picture. (I think that is a pretty lame extent of the app as do most others I have seen)

So my question has to do with the camera itself. While using Snapbridge, the camera screen will also go black and will force you to use the view finder. Is there a way to continue to use the camera screen while using Snapbridge as the basic remote?

digital – Unable to click pictures with nikon D3500

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1s_xLLeXyCNRJmyem2vkqLd-g9XnU3DZm?usp=sharing
here is the link of pictures and videos to my problems.

To describe it in words, my camera nikon d3500 is going half way click to autofocus but on full click is not taking any picture. Sometimes it shows error that Error. Press shutter release again. Even if this error is not displayed but still my camera is unable to take pictures.

I tried resetting the options but retouch menu is all greyed out, the reset menu in shooting menu is also greyed out. I also tried formatting the memory card and take the battery out for about 8 hours and re-insert it into the camera to reset the settings, but that did not work.

Nikon D3500 with Snapbridge – Photography Stack Exchange

I have looked around and found out that as of now, the D3500 has limited use with the Snapbridge app. I understand that the App will not show me what my camera is seeing and is mostly just there to push the button to take the picture. (I think that is a pretty lame extent of the app as do most others I have seen)

So my question has to do with the camera itself. While using Snapbridge, the camera screen will also go black and will force you to use the view finder. Is there a way to continue to use the camera screen while using Snapbridge as the basic remote?

nikon – Recovering a video file that was never closed properly?

The situation has happened a few times now. My Camera a Nikon d5600 will occasionally give me a message about the battery not being being a Nikon battery and shut down the power. (It is an OEM Nikon battery) and another time when I was plugged in with the camera and accidentally pulled the plug. Anyway power went off in the middle of shooting a time lapse and the file was lost.

So I have looked around at recovery software and it seems all the stuff I can find is for recovering deleted files. While there maybe something that works to recover a file that was not deleted but not saved properly, I cannot find it with the free stuff. I don’t mind paying for software but it is not clear if the software will work in my situation and I don’t want to put cash out for a none solution. If you have been able to recover a file in this kind of situation I would appreciate knowing the software you used. I hate to be picky about an answer but if you have not actually had and fixed this particular problem you might be mudding the solution with conjecture.

nikon – Picture gets blurry when zooming in

My Nikon 3400’s kit lens(18-55mm) works fine when I take pictures at 18mm. But when I extend lens beyond that, the picture gets blurry(no clarity). Though I can focus on extremely close distances while using anything beyond 18mm, but cant take any landscape shots while zooming.
I have tried switching from auto to manual focus.
Tried to take pictures in proper light too.
P.s: It all started after I tried to shoot in extremely low light condition.

Nikon F mount Adaptable Lenses/Mounts with infinity focus

I know that Nikon F mount is platform that not much lenses can be adapted to. Is there any type of lenses that can be adapted to Nikon F mount(modern DSLR or old film) without any lens modifications, using just adapter and have fully functional lens with infinity focus.

Nikon p900 Bracketing and Timer

I have a Nikon p900. I want to use bracketed exposures along with either a timer or remote shutter. Activating anything off the timer menu, either a 2 second timer or selecting the shutter remote turns off bracketing. Is there really no way to use bracketing with a timer or remote? Thanks

lens – Damaged Nikon AF Nikkor 80-200 f2.8 ED

Today I dropped my D7500 with my 80-200 attached. From about 3ft up. Lens first. Onto a pointy rock.

Fortunately (ha!) it had the lens cap on and a Hoya UV filter. The lens cap was jammed in and the UV filter itself was smashed completely into various sized chunks. There seems to be about 3 small scratches on the front element that I am not currently concerned with. Also the camera itself was turned off when this happened. That’s the good news.

The bad news is that the remaining ring of the Hoya filter is jammed and I can’t unscrew it, and the lens no longer focuses properly. (and it just doesn’t sound the same)

I’ve had this lens since new and I am very emotionally attached to it as for me it was a superb lens that never let me down. (and I also standardized around the 77mm front element and have adapters for all my other lenses to 77mm for my filter and other accessories!)

Given the age of this lens and the type of accident, is it likely to be economically viable to repair it?

Additionally, in the US do I have to go through official Nikon repair locations, or are there still 3rd party repairers?