Question about Nikon D3000 Digital Camera
Might be the camera's battery terminals, not the battery itself. Take a qtip and some isopropyl aclohol and clean the terminals in the battery well of camera.
Posted on Oct 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Nikon D70
It is actually an error message generated by your compact flash and means that the card is no longer readable. A lot of D70 owners have reported this error without being able to find another solution other than reinserting the card or changing the card to a different brand. In my D70s I use Sandisk Extreme III memory and, knock on wood, have not yet had this error. You could also try cleaning out the memory card slot and check to see that all pins are aligned and not bent.
Posted on May 12, 2008
SOURCE: D50 wont power up
I have the same problem as well. It is not the battery. I took my camera to the store and had them put a new battery in while there. It never turned on. I really like this camera. I once took about 100 continuous shots. It was great. But now nothing. The D60 camera I have is a higher mega pixel, but does not do alot of things that the D50 does. I wish someone really had the answer as to how to fix it without a high cost.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
had a similar issue with my Pentax, it would power on and power back off. Tried playing with it for a while and it never recovered. Chances are its time to replace it. These new electronics are jam packed with lots of mini moving parts and are prone to excessive wear over time. they're are no servicable parts inside them unfortunately. I would try ebay for a reasonable replacement camera.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
SOURCE: I have a brand new
The solution to your problem is simple, Kathrynbax.
The battery never comes in fully charged. It's always charged only so you may be able to check if your camera is working. I suggest, you take out your battery and put it to charge for exactly 90 minutes as the manual says. Then I'm sure you won't face any such problems.
Hope this solves your problem.
Posted on Oct 05, 2011
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