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Announced in October 2013, The Nikon D5300 is an upper-entry-level DSLR with a 24Mp DX-size sensor.

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Metering malfunction contact authorized nikon service representatives

Metering malfunction detected. Contact a nikon authorized service representative.

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@jazzdog not sure if this is a question, statement or what. Is that the error code your camera displays?

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For the response but unfortunately I did drop my camera maybe I'll try that anyways.

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If you didn't drop the camera, here's something that MIGHT work, but don't get your hopes up: With a fully charged battery in the camera go into your menus and select, "Lock Mirror Up for Cleaning". Per the instructions on the LCD, press the shutter button to raise the mirror. Wait a second then shut off the camera. Repeat these steps three, maybe five times, and see if it clears the error.

Read more: https://nikonites.com/d5300/30908-d5300-...

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Hi, I recently made a video about this issue. Hope it helps!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpoL2JZX...

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This video is lame. Dont wast your time like i did.

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waste of time.

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I have spent a few hours trying find some info about this because i have a 5300 that was dropped and now shows metering error message.

The only thing i found was a video on youtube that takes the rear cover off and plugs in or makes sure the flat wide cable at top of rear of camera which is the metering cable is plugged in correctly. After that he put the battery back in…no more error. I am going to try it. I will repost what happens. I will look for video and post that too.

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Man this guy is a pimp!

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I just fixed this on my D5300. There’s a ribbon cable attached to the left side of the viewfinder that’s come loose.

Open up and remove the back, then unscrew the logic board and detach all the cables. You’ll need to do this to get to the ribbon cable. Take a look at that ribbon cable; it’s probably at an angle. Pop that cable out and reseat it and your D5300 will live again.

Note that the ribbon cables are kind of a pain to manipulate. Tweezers or needle-nose clamps might work better than fingers.

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