Question about Nikon D200 Body Only Digital Camera
Recently my D200 began exhibiting problems, which have developed to the point that the camera has become mostly unreliable. First symptom was it began freezing while shooting in Continuous High mode. Then, the top panel battery meter began showing the batteries were drained (I'm using the MBD200 battery grip), then the meter returned to a more normal state, showing more life in the batteries. This developed to the state that nearly every attempt to take a picture failed. The shutter freezes open, and after a few seconds lag time, a second depression of the shutter release button closes the shutter, but no picture is recorded.
False low-battery warnings, focusing, and metering problems may be the result of poor contact between the body and certain lenses. Try removing your lens and thoroughly cleaning the contacts. I would recommend using a contact cleaner, but rubbing alcohol will also work. Remember that the whole ring needs to be cleaned. If that does not work, try scraping the battery contacts.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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