Question about Nikon D40x Digital Camera
I have had no problems with this camera and have had it over 12 months, never dropped it etc. i go to take photos and sometimes it works and then i have a period where it won't. I hear a buzzing sort of noise, sort of like it is trying to focus but won't work, especially when i am trying to take a photo of a certain object. I took it to a camera place this morning and he really had no idea and said it may be the software? this doesn't make sense to me? what do i do now? is it broken? i can't afford a new one.
Its a ver common problem the battery you are using is not good.its working but is at the end of its life.many a times when battery cannot function properly resulting in less power to the camera then what is required.the camera cannot work properly and makes buzzing or crackling sound. in that case replacing the battery will solve the problem.also check the lens part which moves in and out.--sometimes the lens is **** up and jammed and this can also cause the camera to not work properly.but the 99% chances are of faulty battery.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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