Question about Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm lens
Posted by Anonymous on
All SD cards I have ever seen can be locked with a little slide on the left side as you face the label. if the slide is up, the card is unlocked and can be used for taking pictures. If the slide is down, it is in the locked position, which prevents it from overwriting anything that is currently on the card. Before you unlock it you may want to verify that all pictures on the card (if any) have been saved because once you start using the card and overwriting its contents, the pictures are gone forever. If the card is empty, just unlock it, format it and start taking pictures
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try to clean the contacts of the memory cards and, mostly, of the memory card bay of the camera. Use a dry anti-static fabric (e.g. what we use to clean eye-glasses). DON'T use any liquid cleaner of anything like that!
Posted on Dec 11, 2007
SOURCE: Nikon D70 (Control Panel.)
This is a known problem that is being repaired FREE of charge by Nikon. Go here for a form to fill out: http://www.nikonusa.com/email_images/nikonusa/service_advisory/d70.html
Posted on Nov 19, 2006
STOP! You have just bent a few pins. Your camera has a male connection. Meaning it has pins sticking out. If you are unable to insert a memory card, that means a pin is bent and is not going into the holes in your memory card. This is a common problem with cameras that accept a compact flash card. This can be an easy fix or it can be a very hard fix.
Ive fixed a couple of cameras like this with a pair of tweezers. flash light (or some big source of light) and a magnifying glass. You need to look into the slot on the camera under light and look at all the pins sticking out. Look for the bent pins and use the tweezers to bend them back. Be careful not to keep bending the pin back and forth, as this will break the pin off. Ive seen cameras work without certain pins, but this is not something you want to do.
To have an SLR fixed is a minimum $160 dollars depending on where you take it too. The D70 is a good camera.
Please do not stick the memory card back in. Check the memory card to make sure all the holes are clear and have nothing blocking the holes or make sure a hole has gotten bigger and merged into one. I would use a different card once the pins are are sticking straight.
Hope this helps you.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
It certainly could be. Without a card in the way, take a look into the card chamber to see if you have a bent pin. They should all be straight up, and a bent one will be obvious. If it's just slightly bent, it can often be straightened with a small jeweller's screwdriver. They are delicate, so bending them repeatedly will break them off.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
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