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Nikon D750 Shutter Button Not Working

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    hjensun is offline

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    Shuuter doesn’t release using back button focus with AF-ON

    I just got my new D750 from Adroma, and immediately fix it up using back push button focus with AF-ON. One thing I take noticed that it behaves differently with my D7100 is when it is used in AF-S/Single point focus mode, if I printing the back AE-50/AF-L button to lock focus, permit my thumb go off and recompose my picture, then occasionally I am not able to fire shots successfully, the shutter simply doesn’t release all the time. This only happens in single point mode, if I change it to auto or group area mode, so the shutter tin can always release successfully after recomposition.

    My other D7100 has the aforementioned settings, but I can e’er burn down shots successfully without experiencing any shutter release problem. I am wondering if anyone has the same experience or I have a defective D750. Thank you for your help!

    Eric


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    Re: Shuuter doesn’t release in my D750 using back push focus with AF-ON

    Welcome aboard. Relish the ride.
    Nosotros expect forwards to seeing more posts and samples of your piece of work.

    I am sure a D750 user will be along shortly to help you out.

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    Re: Shuuter doesn’t release in my D750 using back button focus with AF-ON

    One of the menu items is for “S” – information technology allows the pick of release / focus

    Perhaps that pick is fix for the focus.

    There’southward some other carte du jour choice for “C” with the aforementioned choices, maybe it is prepare for release

    This is a quick wild gauge, have not tested my D750’s behavior however



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    Re: Shuuter doesn’t release in my D750 using back button focus with AF-ON

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    One of the bill of fare items is for “S” – it allows the selection of release / focus

    Possibly that pick is set for the focus.

    There’due south another menu option for “C” with the same choices, maybe it is gear up for release

    This is a quick wild guess, accept non tested my D750’due south behavior yet

    Yes, my D750 menu a2 (AF-South priority option) is currently gear up every bit “Focus”, and I understand it ways the shutter won’t release unless it got focus lock. The problem is later on I pressed and released my thumb from the AF-ON button, I presume the focus should already exist locked after the beep, then I should be able to press my shutter and fire the shot after I recomposed my picture. If I changed the a2 setting to “Release, and so yes the shutter volition always be released, but you lot won’t hear the beep. As I said, this is not happening when you are using motorcar or group area focus with AF-South.

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    Re: Shuuter doesn’t release in my D750 using dorsum button focus with AF-ON

    Your shutter is not firing because your photographic camera is non seeing focus anymore when you lot recompose. This is what Texas mentioned higher up.

    Also, the textbook bbf technique is to utilise af-c and release priority. Yous are missing out on the full benefit of the technique using af-due south and you are probable at the default of focus priority. The camera may not fire if y’all recompose with those settings.

    On the d7100 and d7200, the camera (oddly) overrides the a1 and a2 menu priority settings and y’all go release priority no affair what when you program the back push button for af-on. And then you didn’t have to think about it on your d7100. Not sure what the d750 does but information technology probably sticks with the a1 and a2 menu settings. In any example, prepare af-c servo and too set carte du jour a1 to release priority and you will be good to go for the total technique including focus/recompose.

    If you must use af-s with bbf for some reason, then you will have to set menu a2 to release priority. The reason to use af-c is because in outcome it gives you lot both servo modes. That is the beauty of the technique. Agree the push button downwardly and you become continuous focus. Release the push and you get a simulated af-s mode where you can recompose or pre-focus on a location.


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    Re: Shuuter doesn’t release in my D750 using back button focus with AF-ON

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    Yes, my D750 carte du jour a2 (AF-S priority selection) is currently gear up equally “Focus”, and I empathize it means the shutter won’t release unless it got focus lock. The problem is later I pressed and released my thumb from the AF-ON button, I assume the focus should already be locked afterwards the beep, and then I should be able to press my shutter and fire the shot later I recomposed my flick. If I inverse the a2 setting to “Release, and then yes the shutter volition always be released, but you won’t hear the beep. As I said, this is not happening when you are using auto or group area focus with AF-South.

    Eric

    No to the showtime part. It volition not think that focus locked. In the multi signal modes, a different betoken is likely seeing focus and satisfying the photographic camera to allow firing.
    As for the beep, you won’t go information technology when the technique is properly used.


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    Re: Shuuter doesn’t release using back button focus with AF-ON

    Howdy Eric,

    I accept the aforementioned problem. Do you know if the Focus/recompose works only with Grouping AF-S on D750? Is it a defect in D750?

    Thanks,
    Samanth.

    Last edited by samanth; 03-thirteen-2019 at
    11:52 PM.




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    Re: Shuuter doesn’t release in my D750 using back button focus with AF-ON

    I’m not certain because I don’t have the D750. But I recall you accept to disable the focus with the shutter button in guild for what you are trying to reach to happen. If the shutter button focus function is nevertheless enable, it’s trying to focus where the focus point is, and since you lot have recomposed, it might be on something that hasn’t got enough contrast or it starts hunting to larn focus.
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    Re: Shuuter doesn’t release in my D750 using back button focus with AF-ON

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    I’m not sure because I don’t have the D750. But I remember you lot have to disable the focus with the shutter button in order for what you are trying to accomplish to happen. If the shutter push button focus role is still enable, information technology’s trying to focus where the focus bespeak is, and since you take recomposed, it might exist on something that hasn’t got enough dissimilarity or it starts hunting to acquire focus.
    Hope this helps.

    Thanks, but I take bbf enabled and the half press shutter focus is de-coupled.




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    Re: Shuuter doesn’t release using dorsum push button focus with AF-ON

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    Hi Eric,

    I have the same problem. Do you know if the Focus/recompose works only with Grouping AF-Southward on D750? Is it a defect in D750?

    Cheers,
    Samanth.

    Af-s with shutter button will focus/recompose regardless of the focus area mode.
    BUT… if y’all are using bbf with af-southward, that is non the typical bbf setup and it will not work in the style the technique is supposed to work. I’ll finish brusque of proverb it is wrong to use af-s with bbf. There may be some reason someone wants to do it that way, just it defeats the purpose of why nigh people use the technique.

    The typical bbf setup is using
    af-c
    with
    release priority
    (menu A1). The method of use is to concur down the back button for continuous focus. You lot tin keep the back button depressed and track the subject, shooting every bit needed. Or yous can hold the bb down and when y’all are happy with the focus,
    release
    the bb and recompose and shoot. This technique allows you to be in af-c style merely at any instant, release the button and recompose. It gives y’all instant access to a simulated af-s way.

    If you were to gear up bbf with af-south focus priority, recomposing while not holding down the bb will probable not permit shutter release. You could probably continue to concord down the back push button while recomposing and that would allow yous recompose via af-southward but that defeats the purpose of the “bbf technique”. You would merely be using af-due south mode activated by the back button only. You don’t get the benefit of total time af-c with instant access to a simulated af-s. That is what most users desire to attain when using the “bbf technique”.


    I must have a really expert camera.


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