Question about Nikon D70 Digital Camera with 18-70mm Lens
I have a D70 thant I uded for 2 years without any problem. Now the flash is not firing. If there is little light the Speeedlight raises automatically, but the flash is not firing.
I tried turned off the Automatic ISO, tried diffferent setting, eye reduction, etc,at not avail.
Should I change the light bulb?... can I?
I had this problem a while back, but was fortunate to get it fixed under warantee as it was less than six months after Nikon repaired my D70 for the "blinking green light of death" fault.
I'm afraid this is a repair job for Nikon or an autorized workshop. It is most likley the flash tube. If you fancy taking your camera apart (I warn you it would be a fairly difficult job) then please be aware that you may get a significant electric shock from the flash capacitor, which will remain charged.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
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