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D100 recycling problem

Up until last week this camera had a normal recycling time and did not interfere with shooting, so the 3 sec (this is NOT the flash recycling, it is the shooting) was enough for me. But now it is hanging up and the green processing light stays on and is on when I cannot shoot.

I am thinking the batteries need to be replaced, though they are showing full power. Or maybe the CompactFlash chip?? Or is there a setting that prevents shooting under certain conditions??

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  • Kat Caverly Jun 24, 2008

    memory? ah yes. So I checked the image quality settings and my husband had set it to Comp RAW and I always shoot on RAW and that did it!!

    It seemed to be a processing issue but it had never happened before but I had always used RAW. Thank you. It always helps to have another brain on a problem.


  • Kat Caverly Jun 24, 2008

    how do you clear the memory, I am curious.

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This processing time also comes up when the memory is almost full, try clearing the momory. and restore to factory settings

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