Question about Nikon D200 Digital Camera with 18-200mm Lens
It could be a problem with wiring or the terminals inside the camera preventing it from receiving enough power from your batteries.
If your camera takes AA batteries It could be that your re-chargeable batteries need to be replaced, so perhaps pick up a set of high powered lithium (single use) batteries at the store and try them out. If the camera works, you know it is not a fault with the camera.
If this is the case, we then need to determine whether the fault is with your batteries or the charger. You could buy a new set of rechargeable batteries and check that they charge correctly. If they do, it was the old batteries, if they don't, it may be the charger.
If you find that the fault is with your camera, you could try cleaning the terminals inside the battery compartment of your camera with a cotton bud,
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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