Question about Nikon COOLPIX Cameras
I cannot get my gps to work. Its turned on in the settings. I even tried the A-GPS update file buut the camera does not see it on the card. Buts its there. Thanks
Did you switch on the GPS outside? because as long as you are in a building, the GPS won't receive anything from any satellite. Whe outside, give the GPS at least 2 minutes to find any satellite. Being outside, but between high buildings will have the same effect as being inside.
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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
SOURCE: SOFTWARE NOT WORKING
You may know this already, but you don't need the camera to upload photos. I have used Nikon Digital SLRs for several years and have never uploaded from the camera. You should be able to do so, but in the mean time, remove the SD card and use a SD card reader. If your PC doesnt have a built in SD reader, get a USB version like the SanDisk MicroMate or get SD with a built-in USB plug(see attached photos for both. When connected to your PC, either will show up as a removeable drive on your PC from which you can copy the files onto your PC's harddrive: save the photos, back them up, then use the camera to format the SD card--this is the best way to clear/erase the card. Then try opening the photos with the Nikon software or photoshop or if they are jpegs, windows will view them. Using the camera to upload photos, in my opinion, should only be done when you do not have a way to read the SD card. This can be the begining of a productive workflow and part of the process for organizing and backing up photographs. You should also watch the Nikon website for software updates to fix bugs: http://support.nikontech.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/61 You should also check for firmware updates for your camera(1.11 is the latest for the D40 and no updates yet on the D40x): http://support.nikontech.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/13783
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
It could be one of two problems. The most likely is that the card reader you are using cannot read SDHC cards, of which all 4GB and larger cards are. Try using the camera's cable to download to your computer directly to the USB port. I bet you'll find that it works that way. The other problem could be (but not likely) that you are shooting on the RAW file format, instead of the jpeg file format. Most software cannot recognize RAW files, but jpeg is pretty universal.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
You may need to have your camera driver and software reinstalled. It seems that the internal writer capabilities are corrupted.
This is evident if each card you use ends up corrupted or unreadable, but the rest of the camera operates normal.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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