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When I look at my screen in the viewfinder I always have a minus exposure no matter what I change the speed or the lens opening, I dont know what I,m doing wrong, I understand that the needle should be at the center. unless I,m wrong

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Comment by Earl Heister on January 29, 2014 at 7:23pm

I have a D7100 and ran into the same thing.  Tony's answer was exactly right for me.

Comment by Tony Guy on January 29, 2014 at 8:14am

Check that you do not have some -ve value showing in exposure compensation. I do it all the time with my D7000. I set a + or - value for a particular condition and end up forgetting to set to 0 before I switch off. Next time it remembers my setting. Clever things these new fangled cameras.

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