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Camera won't turn on

I just bought a Nikon D60. After using the first weekend camping trip I tried to download my photos off of the SD car - but they are raw data and my printer would not read them. I plugged the camera in with a usb port and found the pictures - tried to copy and paste them into a file and my camera went dead and will not turn on. I have tried pressing the reset button - as per the manual but this is not working. Battery is freshly charged.

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  • klmeko May 11, 2010

    Which problem are you trying to fix? Raw data pictures are just that. Just data unmanipulated by the cameras processor. They must be imported by a program designed to work with raw data files and then saved a JPEG or TIFF files for printing or further adjustment by programs such a CS4 or Elements. If you do not have such a program I recommend you change your cameras profile to JPEG only.

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First, you shouldn't take pictures in the raw mode unless you have the software on your computer that can read it and convert it. Second, the camera appears to be defective...it's new so why not take it back?

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