Question about Nikon F100 35mm SLR Camera
Your battery casing contacts may be corroded. Check them for any signs of rust, corrosion, or battery acid. If there are, then gently scrape it off using a small knife or screwdriver other utensil.
Also, are you using re-chargeable batteries? If so, the meter may read low even if they are fresh. The F100 meter has to be reset when it is showing low power by getting enough voltage. So you can try putting in Alkaline or lithium batteries to reset the meter, and then use your rechargeables after it has reset (should be instantly after you turn it on).
The F100 is quite a battery hog and is picky about what is used in it. You may just need to try a different set of batteries to get it to stop showing the low battery.
Posted on Nov 26, 2010
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