Question about Cameras
Go to your camera settings and reset what you can, especially the date and time. Take the batteries out if they are old and leave them out over night. Then turn it on and see if the message is gone. If not, then you may need to get service for it if it doesn't cost you too much. The above things I did fixed mine. Its a Nikon coolpix 800. I just hope it lasts'.
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
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