Overexposure with Nikon D2H Tags: Nikon Digital Cameras Last response: February 24, 2005 10:13 PM in Digital Camera Share Anonymous February 24, 2005 5:14:52 AM Archived from groups: rec.photo.digital (More info?) I have a new D2H camera. I didn't change the défault setting. On P mode, all the first pohotograph i have taken are overexposed about +5EV. On M mode, the result is the same, even the balance of exposure is correct on the control pane. Photographs can be correctly exposed only on M mode and with "underexposed" indication on teh control panel. The result is the same with a flash on Auto mode (Metz Z32 model) Please, does someone have anay explanation? More about : overexposure nikon d2h | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove Anonymous February 24, 2005 10:13:48 PM Archived from groups: rec.photo.digital (More info?) On 24 Feb 2005 02:14:52 -0800, email@example.com (mazes) wrote: >Please, does someone have anay explanation? Be sure you don't have a +5EV exposure compensation (or if you can do something similiar with a custom setting). If not, have the camera checked, but try a reset of all settings first. -espen -- http://www.seland.org/ | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Digital Camera>Overexposure with Nikon D2H> Related ressources: ForumAutomated Image Viewer required for Nikon D2H with WT-1 ForumNikon D2H Black Silk ForumNikon D2H Price drops? ForumNoisy sensors -myth explored ForumDigital photography is more expensive, not less. ForumNikon D2H ForumD2H Custom Tone Curves? ForumD2H problem ForumD2H and "CHA" error ForumFinePix S3 Pro vs D2h ForumNikon D90 Flash pop-up ForumNikon D70 underexposure: my 2 cents' worth ForumHelp: Pentax Spotmatic versus Nikon 4300 digital? ForumManual lenses for Nikon slr ForumNikon 's D200 Digital: The Ultimate SLR? ForumNikon D50 vs D70 (Not D70s) ForumWww kodak com/go/cameras ForumNikon CP 8400 ForumNikon D2H Black Silk ForumSemi-Pro advice needed - Nikon D70? More resources Read discussions in other Digital Camera categories Camcorders Digital Photography DSLRs Point & Shoot SLR ZLR Kodak Nikon Sony !