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    Cool Nikon d60 Cameras

    I have a Nikon D60 and am having trouble getting the Viewing screen a bit brighter Can anyone help

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    at the moment all i can remember is "hit the menu buton"... i'll have to check back later with the answer. in the meantime i am sure someone will help

    here is the manual
    http://www.retrevo.com/support/Nikon...1257ci564/t/2/

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    Hi John and welcome.
    Definitely time for that new D5000.
    Cheers Garry
    I'm Garry . Pentax K5 IIs + Kx, and a bag full of other gear.
    Critique is welcome as is PP with details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ving View Post
    at the moment all i can remember is "hit the menu buton"... i'll have to check back later with the answer. in the meantime i am sure someone will help

    here is the manual
    http://www.retrevo.com/support/Nikon...1257ci564/t/2/
    Have tried all that no success Thanks could be a slight camera problem

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    Hi Garry, Glad to see we are both online
    JH

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    Jh, Go to menu - setup menu -then down to LCD brightness - toggle right - you will then see -0 LCD brightness > -toggle right - then you can adjust -3 - +3. Hopes this helps.

    Mick.G.

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    Many Thanks Landteacher for that info. But I think there are other problems it will not shift from -1 must be inside the camera workings that are wrong
    JH

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