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I have a Nikon D70, it is flashing "clock" and only shows limited battery life, and the battery. I have tried different batteries in the same type camera but cannot use the camera. The display on the back of the camera will not display either. Any help?

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SOURCE: nikon D70 flash doenot fire

According to my information, the camera may need a new flash PCB (printed circuit board). Check the repair service search on this site for someone in your area. The part number for the circuit board is: 1S014-020-1 and runs about 50$

Posted on Jan 10, 2008

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SOURCE: Nikon D70 won't recognize the 2 GB, type II memory card

Try to clean the contacts of the memory cards and, mostly, of the memory card bay of the camera. Use a dry anti-static fabric (e.g. what we use to clean eye-glasses). DON'T use any liquid cleaner of anything like that!

Posted on Dec 11, 2007

SOURCE: Nikon D70 digital camera memory card cannot be used

That's a Repair error code, It has to tested by a repair shop, To find out whats bad, Could be many things, Like Cf card socket bad, or aperture control unit bad, Circuit board connectors, Ect. TC

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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SOURCE: the display on my nikon

Your lens isnt sitting correctly on your body try taking the lens off and putting it back on. Make sure the fit is snug.

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a nikon d70 and just lost several photos on...

Yes, you do have chances to recover deleted pictures can if you take the right steps.

First things first - stop taking more photos (or videos) using the same camera (memory card) in case you may quite possibly ruin the chances of recovery.

Then connect the camera (Sandisk memory card) to your computer which has installed a data recovery software. Check this site Digital Camera Recovery for several tested and nice programs working under Both Windows and Mac OS X. Best regards and hope it help you out.

Posted on Dec 25, 2011

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No LCD display, "CLOCK" flashing


Seems the camera's internal battery (different from the EN-EL3 main battery) has drained. As the manual says, you can recharge the internal battery by leaving a fully-charged main battery in the camera for three days.

If the camera continues to pester you for clock setting, you'll have to send it in for service. (Opening the camera likely voided your warranty, btw.)

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Can't take picture. "F" is flashing


Flashing "F--" means the camera is not recognizing the lens or a non CPU lens is attached. Try manual mode. Taake battery out of camera, remove lends and clean electrical contacts on lens and camera body with moistened swab, Put back together. Remove battery with camera "ON" and hold down shutter button for about 30 seconds. Put battery back in and turn on. Then Press hardware reset button on camera bottom.

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I have a Nikon d70 SLR. I had this camera completely cleaned and tuned up 3 months ago. Recently I can not take pictures. The battery powers the camera, but the shutter wont engage. An "error" message...


Read the manual on how to do a two-button reset. Also: from the nNikon Support Page on the D70::
It has come to our attention that select electrical components in a limited number of D70 cameras may, in some instances, fail affecting camera performance and/or operability.
While only a limited number of D70 cameras are affected by this advisory, if (1) when a memory card is inserted, your D70's memory card access lamp blinks, locking camera operations and preventing operation, or (2) with no memory card inserted, the camera will not turn on despite the battery indicator showing a fully charged battery, Nikon Inc. will service it free of charge.
To obtain complimentary service for cameras affected by this advisory, please click the link below to download and print the Service Return Form. The Service Return Form provides return instructions.
The Frequently Asked Questions button at the bottom of this page offers more information about this advisory and, should you have more questions, also provides information about how to contact Nikon.
We apologize for any inconvenience you may experience.

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Nikon D70 batteries discharging too quickly


Try switching to the EN-EL3 EN-EL3a 1500mAh Li-Ion Battery for Nikon D70..or a 1800mAh.

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Pls make sure of the following:

- You are using original Nikon batteries (generic batteries gave a similar problem to me)
- The aperture ring of your camera is correctly placed

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Camera will not power up changed battery just went dead Nikon D70


Fixing a Dead Nikon D70 - Green Blinking Light My first-generation Nikon D70, which I bought the day it was released to the market a few years back, died on me a few months ago. Without a card in it, it won't start, and when you insert a CF card in the slot, the green data-access indicator flashes on and off. If I hold down the Menu button, the menu flashes on and off along with the green LED.
d70_87x1.jpgAs it turns out, this is a known problem with the original Nikon D70 cameras, and Nikon USA has a service bulletin out on the camera body. They'll repair it free of charge.
So, if you have the same problem, visit this service bulletin page, http://nikonusa.com/Service-And-Support/Service-Advisories/D70-Service-Advisory.page click on the D70, and you can access a PDF file that you'll need to print, fill out and send to Nikon along with your camera body. Be sure to take your camera strap off and remove the battery, and don't send any lenses or other accessories.
Mine's on it's way to Nikon now - they say the turnaround is five days (plus shipping time).

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Nikon D70


Greetings,
It is actually an error message generated by your compact flash and means that the card is no longer readable. A lot of D70 owners have reported this error without being able to find another solution other than reinserting the card or changing the card to a different brand. In my D70s I use Sandisk Extreme III memory and, knock on wood, have not yet had this error. You could also try cleaning out the memory card slot and check to see that all pins are aligned and not bent.
Good Luck,
-WN

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Nikon d70 camera


switch off the camera.Remove the battery from the camera,after two minutes reload the battery.Switch on ok?
If not, using the reset option you can correct it.
If not, if you have warranty leave it with seller

Mar 28, 2008 | Nikon D70s Digital Camera

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Nikon D70 flash doenot fire


According to my information, the camera may need a new flash PCB (printed circuit board). Check the repair service search on this site for someone in your area. The part number for the circuit board is: 1S014-020-1 and runs about 50$

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