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Old Mar 5, 2006, 10:21 AM   #1
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Just purchased a Nikon D50, and think I really like it. Especially the Tokina wideangle lens 12-24 that I purchased in addition. I love being able to capture it all! In getting used to the Nikon, I did not know that slrs, you have to only use the viewfinder. That is an adjustment. And how do I get rid of the highlights in my pictures when I go back to look at the ones I took.Flashing images in parts of the pictures. I don't know how to make them stop. This is a high tech camera.
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Old Mar 5, 2006, 10:44 AM   #2
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The D50 is a great camera, no doubt. To get rid of the highlights, pressing up or down on the 4way button will scroll through exif data, highlights, histogram, and plain-old-preview.

I really suggest putting the camera down for a while and reading the manual cover to cover to get the most out of your new toy. I've had mine for almost six months and still can learn something from the instructions. Enjoy!
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