Question about Cameras
I solved this problem by taking a Qtip with alcohol on it and cleaning the Compact Flash. Then I dried the Compact Flash with canned air. Then I took the card and inserted it and ejected it from the camera 5-6 times and POOF it worked. Also, I am using a San Disk 32 Gig CF card and it is working just fine now that my formatting issue is solved.
Posted on Dec 17, 2012
CHA errors indicate a communication issue with the CF card. Your card
could be going bad, you could have a broken pin, or any number of other
I'm running into this same problem now. If anyone has a good step-by-step to troubleshoot which of the dozen things this error could be, I'd appreciate it.
For myself, I'm planning to start by trying a new CF card.
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