I have a major problem with my Nikon D70, and I am a new user of a digital slr...what happened is, I was taking pictures when there was a sudden burst of rain, absolutely cats and dogs. I took some pictures in the rain and then when the rain increased, I shut it and put it back. Now, the camera refuses to start..even the LCD display which shows the number of pictures taken, is completely blank. I used a hair dryer to dry the camera inside out, without a direct contact and put the camera in dismantled form, which includes the lens, the camera body and the battery under a 100w bulb to heat the full unit so that moisture evaporates, but no improvement. The camera is dead as ever...what should I do? I bought this camera from a friend last week, 6 days back. I have few local guys in the city I stay but no authorized service centres.
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r09 is just the camera estimate od how many shots you have left on your memory card. For the other, Use fully charged battery , Turm ca,era on and re,ove battery while at same time holding shutter for a[[rox 3- seconds. Re[lace battery, then turn camera off.on. If that does not do it, turn camera on and press reset button on bottom of camera (page 200, I believe, in tghe users manual
Commonly the users, rate Nikon D80 in 4 - 4.5 score out 5 scale
Nikon D80 comes to replace Nikon D70s. Memory card : flash cards. The new Nikon D80 features 10.2
megapixel DX format CCD (1.5x FOV crop), 11-area AF system (new version of
Multi-CAM 1000, similar to D200), Compact body (smaller, lighter than D70/D70s),
improved user interface, and 2.5? 230,000 pixel TFT LCD with 170 degree viewing
This camera has a removable protective cover.
For complete detail of this product you can get from this web address:
Read the manual on how to do a two-button reset. Also: from the nNikon Support Page on the D70::
It has come to our attention that select electrical components in a limited number of D70 cameras may, in some instances, fail affecting camera performance and/or operability.
While only a limited number of D70 cameras are affected by this advisory, if (1) when a memory card is inserted, your D70's memory card access lamp blinks, locking camera operations and preventing operation, or (2) with no memory card inserted, the camera will not turn on despite the battery indicator showing a fully charged battery, Nikon Inc. will service it free of charge.
To obtain complimentary service for cameras affected by this advisory, please click the link below to download and print the Service Return Form. The Service Return Form provides return instructions.
The Frequently Asked Questions button at the bottom of this page offers more information about this advisory and, should you have more questions, also provides information about how to contact Nikon.
We apologize for any inconvenience you may experience.
According to my information, the camera may need a new flash PCB (printed circuit board). Check the repair service search on this site for someone in your area. The part number for the circuit board is: 1S014-020-1 and runs about 50$
Users of Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000 and Mac OS 9.x may experience problems trying to download images from the Nikon D70 using Nikon View. Initial shipments of the D70 have the USB option in the "Set up" menu set to PTP - Picture Transfer Protocol. PTP is only compatible for downloading images with Windows XP and Mac OS X.
To solve this issue please set the USB menu option to Mass Storage and then connect the camera to the computer. The D70's card will then mount like a removable disk and Nikon View will be able to transfer images