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Line appearing through photo

I've recently purchased a Nikon D70s. Some photos are presenting with a line through them. What could this be? Am I doing something wrong or is there a problem with the camera or memory card?

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Re: Line appearing through photo

Nikons do not work well with certain brands of cards. Kingston is one. It could also be a dodgy card...is it new??

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