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AF area Nikon D7000 cannot be changed


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ajinikon

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Hi,
My name is Aji. I have nikon D7000 and recently I updated the lastest firmware. After that I have found that I cannot change the autofocus mode, it always in single mode. What should I do?
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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My first attempt would be errase all settings. Second would be to remove battery let the camera sit without power for a day then try. If that is unsuccessful  then reload the firmware. 



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At the rear of the camera you have a switch with a ā€˜Lā€™ (locked) position. Check that the switch is NOT on L.

While it is not linked to the firmware upgrade, it may have been moved without intention.

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At the rear of the camera you have a switch with a ā€˜Lā€™ (locked) position. Check that the switch is NOT on L.


Good point, Jerry!