".... does not name a type" error message fix?

#include <multiCameraIrControl.h>

int onValue = 10; // specify how long the status LED is turned on
int delayValue = 5000; // specify interval between shots in milliseconds
Nikon D90(9); // specifies the camera model

void setup(){
pinMode(13, OUTPUT); // initialize pin 13 as an output.
}

void loop(){
digitalWrite(13, HIGH); // set the LED on
delay(onValue); // wait
D90.shutterNow(); // trigger the shutter
digitalWrite(13, LOW); // set the LED off
delay(delayValue-onValue); // wait
}

thats my code and it always says nikon does not name a type how do I fix this?

Nikon D90(9); // specifies the camera model

Whatcha doin' there?

".... does not name a type" ==
Something needs to be declared a Variable or a Constant

landsharkxx:
thats my code and it always says nikon does not name a type how do I fix this?

It would be better to include your code inside [ code ] [ /code ] tags and also to include the exact error message and not just an approximation.

In this case I can guess that it’s complaining about you using Nikon as a type when it is not declared anywhere in your code. I guess it is intended to be declared in the included file multiCameraIrControl.h and I guess this file is provided by a library you are using, so I suggest you check that the library is installed correctly (it should be included in the list shown by the command Sketch / Import library) and also confirm that you have named the file correctly in your #include statement (including capitalisation) and confirm that the file contains a declaration for the Nikon type (spelt exactly as you have used it including capitalisation).