Question about Nikon Cameras
Try to hold the camera with your right hand with its lens facing the ground. Now, while pushing the on/off button, tap or hit the camera's base on your left palm; do this several times. Chances are, there is a tiny grain of sand or dust build up on the lens' base. It would also help if while turning it on with the lens facing the ground, try to shake it with both hands. Please let me know how this goes.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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