I know my D70 is old but this has never happened before and I don't know how to get rid of it.
Every time I take a picture and information screen covers my picture so I can't see it well.
It lists Development, ISO, White Balance, Size/Quality, Sharpness, Tone, Color Hue and Satuation.
How do I get this to go away and what did I do to cause it? It's never happened in the many years I've enjoyed this camera.
Well, it rearly should have happened - it's very valuable informations of the Picture. In preview the arrow up/Down on the command pad brings you these - and other - informations, i.e. a histogram.
The arrows back/forward shift between your Pictures.
FYI you can still download a manual from Nikons homepage to your computer. That will tell you everything about using the buttons and Wheels.
By the way what is a good replacement when I buy a new one? A D7100?
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