With its 3.0x AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G ED II lens, the D40 offers ease of use and split-second shutter response that eliminates the annoyance of shutter delay.
- EN-EL9 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
- MH-23 Quick Charger
- UC-E4 USB Cable
- Software Suite CD-ROM
- DK-16 Rubber Eyecup
- AN-DC1 Camera Strap
- BF-1A Body Cap
- DK-5 Eyepiece Cap
- BS-1 Accessory Shoe Cap
*Supplied accessories may differ depending on country or area.
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Title: How do I get my Nikon product serviced?
Error. Press Shutter Release Again.
When I press the shutter button again, it clicks, and all is back to normal.
When I review the images, the picture is there.
It in not failing to take the pictur, just throwing the error, requiring 2 presses on the shutter release for each pic.
On a side note, when I use the remote, it still throws the error, but I have to press the button on the camera, It win't accept another remote signal as another shutter release press.
When I shoot a photo, all the info automatically shows up on the screen and I can't see what I shot. How do I get rid of that?
December 2007, Nikon D40 - 2007 Eddy Award winner
Macworld’s Kelly Turner bestowed a great honor upon the entry-level D40 digital SLR, naming it a 2007 Eddy Award winner. The D40’s compact, lightweight design, in-camera feature and ease of use won the editors over proving that the D40 is a great camera for budding photographers looking to capture stunning images with ease.
American Photo Editor’s Choice 2007 Award
The editors of American Photo and Popular Photography have awarded the Nikon D40 digital SLR camera an American Photo Editor’s Choice 2007 Award. Russell Hart and Jonathan Barkey called the Nikon D40 one of the top three entry-level digital SLRs on the market this year. They were impressed with the D40’s affordability and strong features and raved about the handling, superior performance and great picture quality. Of the three cameras selected, the D40 was named the “best buy.” The D40 was comfortable to use, and its menu system was one of the best that Hart and Barkey had seen in any entry-level digital SLR.
February 2007, Nikon D40by Laptop Magazine
Laptop Magazine’s recent review of the Nikon D40 begins with two words – “Power & Simplicity.” According to Laptop’s editors, the camera’s compact and lightweight design, intuitive interface and in-camera editing help users become “professional photographers overnight.” The review also highlights some of the camera’s top-of-the-line features, such as its 2.5-inch LCD screen and its ability to capture 2.5 pictures per second continuously for up to 100 pictures.
January 2007, Nikon D40by Dan Richards
Dan Richards of Popular Photography and Imaging has released his hands-on review of the Nikon D40. Richards introduced the D40 as “Nikon’s newest D-SLR that was designed for everyone.” Richards noted the camera’s upgrades, such as the viewfinder, processor speed, burse rate and in-camera editing. He also commented on how small and light the camera was and applauded its simplified layout. Richards concluded that the Nikon D40 was designed to “attract lots of first time D-SLR buyers” and is a camera that will not scare or intimidate anyone.
December 2006, Nikon D40by Lori Grunin
Lori Grunin recently reviewed the Nikon D40 for CNET and awarded the camera high marks for photo quality. In her tests, Grunin found “very low noise images, minimal lens distortion, excellent metering and exposure and pleasing colors.” She concluded her review of the D40 by proclaiming “if you’ve got a budding photographer in the family or want to step up to your first D-SLR, the Nikon D40 is a great choice.”
November 2006, Nikon D40by Ian Austen
Ian Austen from The New York Times wrote about the recent release of the new Nikon D40. Austen praises the camera’s functions and points out that the “camera takes a novel approach to giving photographers advice on how to use it.” Austen enjoyed the fact that D40 users can preview the effects of different settings before they take pictures by viewing sample photos on the camera’s screen. Austen concludes that the camera distinguishes itself from its competitors by allowing users to understand and utilize the camera’s abilities to their fullest in all different settings and picture types.
November 2006, Nikon D40by Shawn Barnett
Imaging Resource’s Shawn Barnett released his review of the Nikon D40. Barnett referred to the D40 as a “wonderful take-everywhere SLR” that had a quality feel to it, and was fun to shoot with. Barnett praised the D40 for its features and controls that were borrowed from the higher-end Nikon D80. Barnett concluded that the Nikon D40 was a “class act.”
November 2006, Nikon D40by Darren Murph
In Engadget’s recent Nikon D40 review, Darren Murph proclaimed that the D40 has made a “solid entrance into the endless world of D-SLR shooting.” Murph was impressed with the D40’s strong build quality and noted that its small size did not prevent the camera from offering many features and controls. According to Murph, the D40 is easy to use, yet it contains many helpful additions to in-camera abilities that were borrowed from the more advanced Nikon D80 D-SLR.