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This may be related to the CF card being used. The Nikon D70 and D70s are an older technology and supports most cards up to 1 GB in capacity. It can support a very limited number of cards up to 4 GB in capacity. Nikon has a list of support cards.

The list is old and I myself have used other brand cards without a problem - as long as they did not exceed 1GB in my old D70. I imagine many 2GB cards would work but beyond that - I would want to venture. Of course, sticking to the list is a sure bet.

Of course, it may just be a "bad" card - or it could be bent connectors in the camera - but it is unlikely unless you've forced a card into the slot in the past. Try with another card to be sure.

Please rate this reply - good luck!

Posted on Aug 25, 2010

  • Steve Aug 25, 2010

    The line above should read "I would NOT want to venture" regarding using cards greater than 2 GB in capacity.

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