check if all these have the right settings. Sometimes, it seems like it gets stuck when trying to focus. The telescope side of the T-Ring has threads that will accept a variety of camera adapters, including the Celestron T-Adapter or Tele-Extender. It's a new camera, I've used it less than a week. Your camera wonât focus until you lock in on a stationary subject. I having using a Nikon D5300 for over a year and I recently purchased a 50mm 1.8G lens for portraits. I want to start working with auto focus as it will be more reliable and more efficient. NiKON D5300, Nikkor 18-55mm AF-S 3.5-5.6. Once you have your subject in focus, you can take the photo as you would in a traditional single auto focus mode. In order to use the Nikon T-Ring, remove the lens from your camera, and attach the T-Ring in its place, just as you would if you were mounting a lens. Hence, I was able to isolate the problem to the camera. Auto focus issues with D5600 - posted in Technical Troubleshooting: Hi. I already own a D610 and a small collection of Nikkor lenses. This hybrid mode, (AF-A for Nikon or AI Focus for Canon), starts out as a single auto focus. Ive just purchased a D5600 body. When I use it on my Nikon D700, the focus is completely off and I have to dial +20 to get anything in reasonable focus. I am using it with the NIKKOR 18-55mm 3.5-5.6. Hence, I am now confirmed that there is some issue with the lens. 1) on the lens, the slider control to switch between manual and auto focus 2) in the camera setting, switch the auto focus "on" 3) in the camera setting , set the focus mode to "continuous mode" if these options are all right, then your camera must be able to auto focus. I had the same problem last Sunday ( Sept 24, 2017) I had Nikon D5300 and the AF-P 18-55 lens suddenly stopped auto focusing. Total newbie here! Makes a slight clicking noise and just won't â¦ However, I cannot find any thing inthe menus that lets me put it back in service. I may have accidentally shut the function off. but if not then there definitely may be a shutter release problem as you said. My Auto Focus seems to have stopped working. But if one has release priority set, the camera need never focus. it is likely that the camera is set to focus priority for release, put the camera into fully manual mode by selecting M on the mode dial then put the camera into manual focus mode, by the select switch on the side of the lens, try to manually focus on something using the viewfinder, can you focus... - Nikon â¦ However, the D5600 flatly refuses to auto-focus with ANY lens in my collection other than a Nikkor 16-35mm 1:4G ED. Good day eh! I do not know just how it's done on the D5300, but on the D3x00, which does not allow release priority at all, it shoots sooner and less precisely in AFC than in AFS, to avoid missed shots. I've got a Nikkor AF-S 18-55 lens. Brent: Poway, CA D7200, D200, F100 Tokina 12-24mm Nikon 18-200mm Tokina 28-70mm f2.6-2.8 Nikon 80-200mm f2.8 Sigma 150-600mm Nikon 50 AF f1.8 Tokina 100mm f2.8 Macro I have tried several methods as suggested above but t was still not working. The one that comes with a d40. Interestingly, I also recently added another Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8G lens, which has a really bad front focus problem. I have a Nikon D5500 - when I bought the camera I had no clue there was a difference between auto focus and manual focus so I have ALWAYS manually focused the camera. It focuses perfectly with this lens fitted, but refuses to focus with an AF Micro Nikkor 200mm 1:4 D, an â¦ I have tried a different lens and the auto focus is perfect.