Question about Nikon F100 35mm SLR Camera
My camera shut off in mid shutter while I was takin a picture. I thought it was the battery so I cleaned all the terminals on the battery and inside the body. I then charged it overnight and still nothing. I purchased a new CF card and nothing. It will not power up at all. I am not an idiot the battery can only be put in one way as well as the CF card. Does anybody have a suggestion on what could be going on or even how to fix this.
Try using a DVM for voltage reading of that battery.
If you do not have a DVM, then go to Radio Shack and let them test the battery or buy a DVM form them to test.
Since that is a Rebel, most likely the battery is over 4 years old, buy a new battery or just test store's camera's battery.
Most likely that your battery is not holding a charge and enough current. Just like a car in the cold.
Posted on Dec 13, 2007
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