A few weeks ago i turned my camera on and the info screen came on for a second and then went off. in order to get it to come back on you have to turn the toggle knob a bunch and even then it doesnt work, if you try to take a picture, it just acts like its going to take a self portrait and then cuts off... any help please?
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I bought three L110's for my department at work a few years ago. Each camera is used to take over 200 pictures on the average work day. I never heard about that problem until today when I went to a presentation by Nikon on there new D810 camera. The expert mentioned that the screen flicker problem has occurred in some Nikon models and that the solution is to go to the Nikon website and download and install updated software for your camera. Search for your camera in the Service and Support section. You will find a link listing all of the models and download the upgrade and instructions there.
Problem now solved. I switched the camera on and off a few times and took several test photos. After a few minutes the problem resolved itself. I suspect the cause was condensation, but cannot be sure.
Hey SandyG1019, If you just purchased this camera 2 weeks ago it might still be within the retailers return/exchange period, and I would suggest you just exchange it for a new one. This error message should mean that something is obstructing the movement of the lens (i.e. sand), but could also be do to a problem with the lens mechanism itself. If you choose to try and resolve the problem you could try blowing compressed air into the side of the lens to try and dislodge whatever is stuck in the lens. This being said I would suggest instead having the camera looked at by an authorized service technician since the camera is most likely covered under a manufacturers’ warranty, and the repair would most likely be free. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.