Question about Nikon MS-D200 AA Battery Holder for MB-D80 & MB-D200
I have checked all 6 AA batteries and they are all good. I insert into D80 camera and I get off 3-4 shots before the camera window shows that there is zero battery capacity.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Afraid bad news is correct, it sounds like main control board.... You will need to get a quote from your local Nikon Service Agent..... Good Luck
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
Change the batteries go with rechargeable, high-capacity NiMH batteries for regular shooting, but in case of an emergency you always carry a spare set of hybrid NiMH or disposable lithium batteries with you, in case the rechargeable poop out in the middle of a shooting session. For other batteries the life is short in camera.
Follow the tips to increase the battery life:
1.Do not use continuous focus when not necessary.
2.Minimize photo previewing.
3.Turn off LCD, when not in use.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 15, 2011
Several can be the causes of this failure:
SD Connector faulty or defective solder pin in the connector.
Faulty memory compressor circuit in togo board.
Bring your camera to Nikon service best solution.
Posted on Feb 18, 2011
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