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Information Display

Information Display Button

Just about any digital camera has this Information Display or “info” button or some variation of it. Shooting information is displayed on the monitor when this button is pushed. It’s all there!


It’s typically used when reviewing photographs to see histograms, shutter speed, aperture and other camera settings.

Modern digital cameras are truly amazing! There are so many settings available to the photographer it’s often easy to overlook or forget which settings are currently set up. Every situation requires its own settings. Use this button to determine which settings are currently dialed in, or were dialed in when the photograph was taken.

Nikon Information display

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