Nikon D2X camera dropped it takes pictures intermittently.
I dropped my camera about 3 months ago. Ever since then when taking pictures in single shot mode, the screen shows the picture all black or all white, and at time it will be whit with digital looking lines across the screen. Almost as if it was a bad connection.
On the other hand when taking pictures in continuous mode, where the pictures are rapid fire, just about all the pictures will come out. A few in between will be black. Any suggestions
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To make sure the card is formatted correct, do a format in the camera. I'm not sure if the newest UDMA CF cards are compatible with your camera. But I think you still have an old card, you can format. Please also check all contacts in the camera are still straight. Us a bright light and a magnifying glass.
Also take time to check your battery is still good. I'm sure you have more than one. Also check the battery contacts, if they ate clean and shiny. Only to be cleaned with a dry cloth or cordon swabs.
When you removed the battery, you already did a reset.
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nikon r09,r11, etc . it mean memory buffer of your camera. memory buffer is a temporary memory for your captured images before it store to memory card. if r00 it mean, you can't take a picture, even 1 picture... that because the camera buffer memory is full. the number of memory buffer will also drop if noise reduction on
There may be something wrong with the camera. Make sure it is set to Single Exposure setting and not Multiples. There should be a control on the top left to change this. Look for an "S". this is what you want. If that doesnt help, you may need to get it repaired.
to reset the D2x to its default settings:
1. press the Menu button.
2. scroll to the Custom Settings Menu (the pencil icon in the left column).
3. press the right side of the multi-selector to move the highlight into the menu.
4. scroll to Menu Reset.
5. press the right side of the multi-selector to move into the Reset CSM Menu window.
6. scroll to Yes.
7. press the right side of the multi-selector to reset the camera to its default settings.