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There is no such thing as a reset button on your camera. If something oes wrong, or the camera acts strange, the only thing you can do is switch it of and after a few seconds switch it on again. This should be equal to a cold boot from a computer. This should solve all software releated problems. Sometimes yuo could go deeper, by also removing the battery and the memory card. and replacing them after a few moments. But if the problem keeps coming back, it will not be a software problem. Then you could look a bit deeper, like if the lens barrel is blocked, or contacts from battery and or memory card are dirty ot bent. If you can't find a thing, please contact a Nikon Certified service centre.