Question about Nikon Coolpix 7600 Digital Camera
My camera has just gone wonky in the past 24 hours. Everytime I take a picture, I have to turn the camera off to get it to take a new one. On the right side of the lcd screen there is a flashing red square that looks like it might be a clock. I don't recall this from before. I have reset all factory defaults and checked all the settings, everything seems fine other than this. Pictures are being saved, but turning it off after every picture is becoming rather annoying. Any suggestions? Thank you.
My Nikon Coolpix hasn't been out of the box since Christmas. Now I turn it on and it says "lens error" and a red triangle with exclamation point. I've looked over the internet, and most places say its from being dropped or dust or sand inside the lens. I tried the air blower, tapping it gently, but still no luck. Any other clues, besides it just going in the trash and buying a new one?
Posted on May 29, 2008
The red clock means to things :
time and date are not set or the battery that keesp the time and date is drained and needs to be replaced (you can't do that yourself)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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