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My N60 won't power down

I switched camera to off and the LCD display stays on.

When I switch it to "on" the camera does nothing.

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  • tmclong Dec 11, 2008

    Yes,

    But the shutter won't work when it is ON now.

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On Nikon cameras the ON/OFF button is more of a safety-catch for the shutter that a power button. Does it correctly disable the shutter button when turned to OFF?

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