Dark liveview with a Nikon camera

Dark liveview with a Nikon camera

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  1. Confirm that the camera is in still (picture) mode and not movie mode.
  1. Adjust the Exposure Compensation in the Camera tab.
  1. If the live view looks correct but the photos are overexposed, you will need to adjust your Aperture Priority (A,) (Shutter Priority (S), and ISO settings in the Camera tab. Shooting in Manual (M) mode will allow you to adjust these without taking the camera out of the Booth.

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