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My nikon d 70 freezes after taking 10-20 photos. sometimes if i turn it off and back on it will resume normal function.

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Try this: While camera in "ON", remove the battery, wait approximately 30 seconds while pressing the shutter buttn, reinsert battery and turn "Off" then "ON". There is also a hardware reset button on camera bottom. With camera "On", press that button for about 2 seconds. (page 200 in user manual)

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