Question about Nikon D70s Digital Camera
I am not able to get anything on the monitor - no images after taking a photo - or any of the menu options.
Monitor appears dead
Good question - Needs Answer that har Ramaraj skillfully neglected to supply with his, what only sounds great, "reset switch' answer. ...without detailing the actual location of said switch that even the existence of is now in question. ...but it sounded good Ramaraj! and isn't that what really counts these days? That's what I just love (NOT) about Yahoo answers. So many useless opinions that don't give a needed answer to the asker. Some almost completely ignoring the question and spinning off into the responder's soapbox soliloquies. Most of the time it's because there are a lot of lonely geeks in desperate need of some kind of recognition. They think they now know everything about any repair now because of that one hammer in their toolbox. A tool which has miraculously been able to smash all their problems to bits. An ego spinning tool Which has caused many to quite prematurely and very erroneously concluded that somehow a hammer, or some method or other of hammering, simply fits into being the prime candidate for a 'fix for all problems' in the universe!! Who Knew, beside that now quickly resigned Particle Physics Scientist who's new found hammer pounded out the new laws of physics of faster than light neutrinos on greased lightening. Before a 'wait a minute here. PROCESS CHECK' came along to question only using the hammer accelerator to measure and justify his/it's conclusions about magic other worldly neutrinos. Like has been said since leptons were knee high to a quarks, "When the only tool you have is a hammer, the whole world looks like a nail." Speaking of which ...does one use a nail to get at that mysterious reset switch, the proof of which is best left to generalized mystery unless you have a friend who works for NSA. They have all the useful stuff in a locked closet of secrets for what could only be some pretty diabolical reasons! My solution? Charge up the old defib hold paddles firmly at key points of the L810, D3100, or any other frozen Nikon device and enjoy the crackle. Caution!!: To insure a completely enjoyable experience ...Please wear Safety Goggles! I've have this problem and read everywhere to find only useless answers and no direct responses from Nikon or any Nikon Savvy Operators. Those guys just don't buy cheap camera and do stupid things with them like the rest of us. Someday maybe even I will be able to not write or help anyone in the cheap seats too.
Posted on May 03, 2014
Where is the reset button fro nikon D3100
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
Turn off the camera and try to fix it with the reset switch.
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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