Question about Nikon Cameras
I know this may sound silly - but how are your batteries? Mine would do that when the batteries would run out. If that's not it, you might try the reset button. It is located opposite the battery compartment on the left side (when viewed from the back) is a very small rubber Reset button to be used as a last resort, when the camera cannot be reset by other means.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
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