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Nikon 440 not recording image on card

Have situations lately taking photos that are NOT recorded on the memory card; not 1 of 2 photo's; but 10 or 12 in a row. Any ideas? Camera has taken approx 50,000 shots.

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Hi, I once had this problem.  But wasnt this serious. I lost only few shots.
Try replacing with new SD card.
It worked for me atleast :)
cheers,

Posted on Sep 21, 2008

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