Question about Nikon Coolpix L26 Compact
No memory card, took one pic and never turned back on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Inspect your SD card carefully. Some SD cards come with a write-protect lock switch on the side of the card. When looking at an SD card from the top there is one required notch on the right side (the side with the diagonal notched corner) and on the left side there is usually a switch. This is the write-protect switch. When this write-protect switch is in the down position (away from the end that is inserted) then it is write protected and read-only. When the switch is in the up position it is write enabled.
Posted on Jun 10, 2007
Hi, I have exactly the same problem. However, instead of getting a new body with a broken screen and exchanging my screen (One of the only ways round it) I thought I'd try something.
I folded a piece of paper (Quite a small piece) and put in on top of the card when it is popped. I then just closed the battery/card cover and it stayed in place. This is a cheap way of fixing it, it's now been fine for a while, it's a bit of a shoddy fix but it's better than paying nikon £50 to get it fixed.
It takes a couple of trys, getting the paper the right size was a little bit of a pain but it now works fine.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
SOURCE: My Nikon Coolpix S8000 will
Make sure you insert memory card correctly, when it is fitted into the memory card terminal it give clicking sound. Second thing you can check battery, Direction of your battery might be wrong (+,_), Check out and put it again. Load new or fully charged battery. Clean your battery terminal with soft cloth. (Might be it will filled with dirt or dust )
Else your camera need to be repaired.
Rating the solution is highly appreciated.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
I've had some S3000's become gimmicy when connecting to a computer. The easiest way I've found to get photos off of the camera is to use a card reader connected to your computers USB.
Posted on May 11, 2011
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