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| p.1 #1 · D600 Literally Stuck in Auto Mode |
Just yesterday I've ran into an issue with my D600 (bought refurbished and out of 90 day warranty) so I thought I'd ask everyone here before moving up the Nikon support chain.
I was doing a shoot yesterday and my D600 slipped and dropped maybe 3-4 inches onto concrete. I was kneeling on the ground so it wasn't a far drop and there weren't any signs of damage.
However, when I picked it back up, I noticed it was on Auto Mode, even though my dial was set to M.
I tried changing the dial again to U1 and U2 and it's still on Auto Mode. It looks like it doesn't matter what mode I change the dial to - it'll always be on Auto Mode.
Two button reset hasn't done anything. Likewise, resetting the menu options and user settings didn't do anything.
Right now, I've got the battery out in hopes that the internal battery that powers the memory will eventually run out and reset itself.
Any ideas on why it's stuck? Is there a way I can fix this myself or do I have to get it serviced?
Thank You for your help