The Nikon D90 is a 12.3 MP DSLR camera capable of taking photos and video.

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Overexposed areas blink when reviewing photos

A camera instructor changed the setting on my D90 so any overexposed areas would flash on each photo as I reviewed shots taken. Anyone know how to change this setting back so that it won't blink in a distracting manner?

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Press the "Disp" button. As in display. That fixes it on most cameras. Otherwise, look in settings and turn off "highlighting" or "Zebra".

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I kept googling this question and found the answer. I needed to press the up or down arrow twice and this fixed it. Thanks!

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Press the up or down arrow twice and it will go away.

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