Well i am facing a problem.My Nikon Coolpix 5700 is troubling me a bit.The moment i turn it on,it works perfectly fine and after one or two minutes the LCD starts turning black and after some time it turns black completely and nothing is visible.I am in the nearby of Delhi,India
Can somebody suggest me how to get rid of this problem!
Is there any authorised Nikon Service Centre in Delhi?
I have a similar problem and found this webpage,
Nikon is offering a free repair, just go to the above webpage
(it's part of this site)and select the proper location to return your camera (europe or japan).
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The manual only lists cards up to 160MB and states that operation is not guaranteed with other cards. You should not have trouble with cards up to 2GB, but cards 4GB and larger are slightly different. You'll need to back down a step and use cards 2GB and smaller.
From what I have heard Nikon has recalled the Coolpix 5700 because of the SB error. It has something to do with a connector coming away from the printed circuit board. I recommend that you get in touch with Nikon and see if they will repair the flash for you. Click on the link below to contact them.
Nikon Coolpix 5700 Digital Camera memory card failure:
This camera has capabilities which far exceed the data storage of a 32 MB memory card. Put what you can onto the Nikon Compact Flash card and purchase another, larger, 2 GB card for your other storage. This should easily meet both the needs of the camera and your own. The original card must have had data deterioration or a mistake was made in transferring the pictures.
Go to Google and download their Picasa App; it is great for anyone transferring their photography from one storage type to another and you can use it for publishing material to the Web or to your family group e-mail.
I am using the same remote on both a Nikon 990 and 995 coolpix cameras. I had trouble with the 990 but reset the unit to factory default and it appears to work in manual mode. The nikon site says that it may take 10 seconds or so for the camera to relize that it is not connected to a computer via the usb cord.