Question about Cameras
Nikon D200. Had camera for 2 yrs. While shooting at a football game my xposure button stopped working. I can't take a picture. The letters CHA are flashing on the control panel. I changed the battery (twice) but no change. I changed memory card with 4 different cards. Every time the control panel will read" This card can not be used" I used four different cards, the ones I've been using for years, but same message appears. I restored all default settings and then checked every button, lever, and knob to be sure it wasn't between settings. I can't find this error message anywhere in the manual. I alson tried various lenses to no avail.
When you insert the card and get the CHA Flashing error, remove the card and format it. Reinsert it again.
Also, if it doesn't work, there is a strong possibility there's a broken or bent pin in the memory card section of your camera. Just look closely and inspect that section to see if there's a broken or a bent pin.
This happens when you forcibly insert the card the wrong way. This has happened to a lot of users.
Posted on Oct 20, 2007
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