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    Unhappy "job nr" displayed on the camera

    Hi All,

    I have Nikon D90 and lens nikon 35mm f1.8 and tokina 11-16mm f2.8.

    I am starting to do a lot of night shots and with the slow shutter speed, I noticed that after clicking a picture for example at 30 seconds, my camera will be processing the picture for about 5-10 seconds and displaying 'job nr'.
    At this time. I could not take any picture or do anything.
    After 5-10 seconds, the job nr will disappear and the picture I just took will be displayed.

    A friend has the same camera and tokina lens and hers doesnt do this.
    After hers clicked at 30 seconds, it only took the camera like 2 seconds to display the picture she just took.

    Anyone knows why this is happening and how to fix it?

    Thank you so much in advance
    Nikon D90 + Nikkor 35mm f1.8

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    It's doing noise reduction
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    Job NR is the camera performing noise reduction after any long exposure, i am sorry but i do not know where you would turn it off on a D90.
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    HI Kiwi and Viper,

    Thanks for the quick reply. Ah NR stands for Noise Reduction. That gives me a piece of mind that there is nothing wrong with my camera.

    I always shoot my nightshot at ISO 200, do you know why my camera still does noise reduction?
    and will this job makes my picture quality better or not different because I shot at ISO 200?

    And if anyone could shed a light how to turn it off on a D90 that would be great?
    Because I shipped my D90 manual and box as I am going back for good soon in the next 2 weeks.

    Thank you

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    You should be able to find the d90 online manual, or just google job NR

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    Thanks Wildenikon, found it and have now turned it off

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