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I'm getting error messages and black frames that show the image but just a black frame in Aperture. Some images show vertical color lines in the frame but no image. I have changed the CF card several times

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  • jaysands May 18, 2011

    Hi jusaskjoe
    I cannot find reset in the menu.I've taken out the card and the battery and pushed all the buttons. Is this OK?

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Hello jay... turn it on and go into the menu and find a function called reset. Reset it. then check it out. Generally this reset will solve the problem. That said, if the problem is still there you should not open up the camera mechanism yourself as this will void the warranty. instead, go to nikon.com and involve there service department if it is less that 3 years old. OR take it to your local camera shop for a repair. Joe

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