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Coolpix 995 hard drive????

Does it have one. If the failure of it is a common problem with the 995. Taken it to bits and can see no hard drive in it.

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I'm sorry for any confusion, I am no expert by any means but that is what the person told me at Wolf Camera. I did see him get the parts/repair book out and he showed me the price it had listed for that repair. I don't know if it will help you but this store is in Nashville,TN located at Hwy.70. Maybe you can call them. Thats all I can tell you, good luck.

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See page 162:

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So it seems that only 128 Mb is officially supported, however elarger cards may be OK but you would need to try, don't forget to format the new card in the camera. You may find a friendly high street shop that will let you try various card to see.

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I 'smacked' mine hard from the side, and this relocated the mechanism (I crippled mine by attaching to my roadrace bike - it did not like the vibration) works fine now though.

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3 - I have a 4300 you can buy

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