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NIKON D70 I have a Nikon D70 Whilst taking a series of photographs I get through to about 40 images then the camera stops shooting and the format card display comes up on the display. If the CF card is removed the images taken are ok and can be down loaded. If the card is then replaced without deleating the images then further images can be taken until the problem re-ocurs. I have tested the camera by taking a full card of images all at once and there is no problem. The issue seems to ocur if the camera is left for any length of time between images 5 minutes etc or if the camera is turned off and switched back on again. I thought it was a memory card issue at first as it only happened with a 1 GB card but recently it has occured with a 512 card also

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Is there a way to delete all the pictures instead of one at a time on a nikon d70 camera


Yes there is, format the memory card as follows.

Format the memory card Memory cards must be for mat ted be fore ? rst use. Formatting Memory Cards Formatting memory cards permanently deletes any data they may contain. Be sure to copy any photographs and other data you wish to keep to a computer before proceeding ( 171-174). To format the card, turn the camera on and hold the format buttons (Shooting mode and LCD illumination) buttons down simultaneously for approximately two seconds. A blinking will appear in the shut ter-speed display and the frame count will blink. Pressing both buttons to gether a second time will format the memory card. Press any other button to exit without formatting
Shown on page 21 of the manual. The manual can be downloaded here http://www.nikonusa.com/pdf/manuals/dslr/D70_en.pdf

It is a great idea to format the card rather than deleting photos
Hope this helps

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DSLR - Camera stuck in formatting mode


Hi!
if you want use the 4G you make sure your memory cards is compatible to 4G. then now you have got stuck when you back the 512!? all you have to do is to reformat your camera in to software. Thanks!!!

Nov 02, 2007 | Nikon D70 Digital Camera with 18-50mm Lens

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My Nikon N50's LCD panel does not work. Everything else works fine; theflash, shutter everything. Help Me Please?


Possible failure of the display unit of the camera is the picture taken is sowing good image after downloading on the PC.
If so the panel must be taken out and checked for voltage on the pad, the flexible strip that connects the display also can be faulty.
You will need to have some experience to open and probe into the display unit.

Jan 06, 2011 | Nikon Cameras

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I have a Compact Flash card of 512mb (CF card) i use this card in my nikon D70, i went to my friend house and tried connection my camera to his comp to download image, but my friend machine was infected by...


Guide to recover deleted photos from Nikon D70?
Connect Nikon with PC
Using a USB cable or putting SD card into an SD card reader to connect Nikon with Computer.
Scan Nikon d70- Running the Nikon Photo Recovery,you can choose Nikon media drive and click "Start Scan" for scanning
Recover deleted photos
After scanning, you will see all recoverable media photos and videos with file type. At last, click "Recover" to recovering deleted Nikon D70 photos.
This Photo Recovery also can recover all photos files from Nikon D3100 like JPEG, BMP, TIFF, GIF, etc. Support all Nikon camera.
For full details please refer to Nikon D70 Manual.- https://guideusermanual.com/product-name-d70-manual&po=4425&lang=English

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My nikon d70 says that file does not contain image data


Hi,
If the memory card came from a different camera and inserted into the Nikon D70, the error message will appear. Just format the memory card with the D70 and the error should disappear.
Hope this helps.
Andrew

Feb 05, 2010 | Nikon D70s Digital Camera

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FOLDER CONTAINS NO IMAGES.


Please follow the instruction below and let me know what is happening.

1. format the new card.( Can't format is from any virus
infected PC ).
2. Insert the card then reset your camera setting.
3. select your mamory card default for save the
photographs.
4. Before start photography confirm that your battery
is fully charged.

Thnaks & please give me feedback about your camera.

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Camera will not power up changed battery just went dead Nikon D70


Fixing a Dead Nikon D70 - Green Blinking Light My first-generation Nikon D70, which I bought the day it was released to the market a few years back, died on me a few months ago. Without a card in it, it won't start, and when you insert a CF card in the slot, the green data-access indicator flashes on and off. If I hold down the Menu button, the menu flashes on and off along with the green LED.
d70_87x1.jpgAs it turns out, this is a known problem with the original Nikon D70 cameras, and Nikon USA has a service bulletin out on the camera body. They'll repair it free of charge.
So, if you have the same problem, visit this service bulletin page, http://nikonusa.com/Service-And-Support/Service-Advisories/D70-Service-Advisory.page click on the D70, and you can access a PDF file that you'll need to print, fill out and send to Nikon along with your camera body. Be sure to take your camera strap off and remove the battery, and don't send any lenses or other accessories.
Mine's on it's way to Nikon now - they say the turnaround is five days (plus shipping time).

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I have a Nikon D70 and i am a photographer I shot a customers photos today. I shot the first half of the photos on this compact flash card and downloaded to my computer and then put it back in the camera...


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Is this a small capacity SD card? Like a 512mb or 1GB card?, you have to be careful not to shoot til the card is full, there's a risk of loosing data or corrupting what's on it. There are recovery utilities that can be loaded on your PC or Mac and run with a card reader to get the images back that are on the card. you didn't say what type of software you are using with the camera, is it Picture Project or Nikon's Preview software? Not just the Windows generic camera download. Also are you shooting in RAW? Let me know if I can help, I'll get you a name of a disk recovery site.

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Jan 02, 2009 | Nikon D70s Digital Camera

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The "For" message means you need to format the memory card.

Copy anything you don't want to lose off of the card.

Locate the LCD Illuminator Button (next to LCD on top) and the Shooting Mode button (next to Brackting button (BKT) on back). Next to both of these button should be the word "format".

Simultaneously press and hold both buttons for two seconds. The card will format. Once done, the LCD will display the number of pictures available to be taken on the card.

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u have card reader stick sd card in that formatt to fat 16 ok for cam if it had hd video use ntfc formatt ok

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