Question about Nikon D3100 Digital Camera
Posted by Anonymous on
If a pin got damaged, then a trip back to a Nikon repair center is the only way to properly repair it. It may be still under warranty if it's less than 3 years old.
Posted on May 10, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Nikon coolpix 4600.
Hi I found this info on the Nikon Australia website:
"System Error" or "Lens Error" message in LCD monitor Question My COOLPIX camera displays a "System Error" or "Lens Error" message. What should I do? Answer Having a "System Error" or "Lens Error" message displayed on the camera's LCD monitor would generally indicate that your camera needs servicing. A System Error is a general error which can be caused by many things: lens problem, CF Card problem, general camera failure, etc. To troubleshoot, please try the following:
Seems you may just have to remove and replace the battery - sort of like a Windows Restart to fix a computer problem! - this would reset your camera's memory.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 11, 2008
I had the same problem and thought I had looked closely at the pins in CF slot but after finally taking it to a repair shop, the tech showed me a bent pin. It really wasn't that apparent first time around. He told me its a common problem as long as they use the CF cards. I had the pins replaced and my D100 is working great. Best of luck.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
SOURCE: Nikon D80 Err
You did not mention what error mesage you got. If it is a flashing "F--" then it has something to do with your lens.
This usually happens to lenses that have an aperture ring. Do the following:
1. Turn off your camera.
2. Move the aperture ring clockwise and lock it
3. Turn on the camera and see if this works
If this does not work, unlock the aperture ring and move it counter-clockwise then lock it again.
This should fix your problem
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
Check the memory card. It's probably damaged. If not it should be a software error, and you have to take it to the dealer where you purchased it from
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
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