20 Most Recent Nikon D1H Set Digital Camera Questions & Answers


Sorry, there's no DIY fix for this. You have to consider getting a professional repair or replacing the camera.

Repairs are very likely to cost more than the camera is now worth.

Nikon D1H Set... | Answered on Mar 24, 2011


SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. Slide it toward the contacts to enable write, away from the contacts to protect.

Does that help?

Nikon D1H Set... | Answered on Dec 31, 2009


Try a new battery - The D1 series will refuse to take pictures in this manner if power is low or inconsistent.

Nikon D1H Set... | Answered on May 12, 2009


Yes, the blinking is normal. read here for more info on what the display screen is telling you, plus a bunch more on your new camera: Nikon D1

Nikon D1H Set... | Answered on Mar 26, 2008


I am sure you ave figured out what to do for this poblem but if not...I had this problem with a nikon I just purchased. The guy I bought it from said it was the battery charger, so I purchased a battery charger on ebay-"new nikon d1 battery charger" was the actual listing and it cost about $40.00. You can get the actuall charger that comes with it on ebay- but it cost alot more money. I recieved the product, tried it on my battery (which was suppose to be new) and it still would not charge. I took all my stuff (battery, new charger, old charger) to a local battery shop in town and they tested it all for me. Come to find out it was not the charger all along, it was the "new" battery- UGHH! The whole point to this story is this- if you have not aken your battery and charger to a battery shop yet- do that first. Then go from there. Like I said- you canget the charger on ebay- and the battery can be bought for about $36.00 too. I would not recommend buying both like I did! Good luck.

Nikon D1H Set... | Answered on Mar 26, 2008


hmmm...that's a partial mechanical issue, and a possible major surgery issue..let me see where that service manual went..

Nikon D1H Set... | Answered on Feb 27, 2008


There's a few things you can try to narrow down where the problem might lie. One thing you don't mention is if the green line is on the actual image, or only shows up on the LCD monitor.


If the line is in the actual image after transferring it to your computer, try formatting the memory card in the camera, or try a different card to see if the problem persists. If it only shows on the LCD, count yourself lucky because you can continue to use your camera, albeit with an annoyance to deal with.


However, it sounds to me as though you've got either a dead or hot pixel on the CCD which will cause problems in the adjacent pixels creating a "line". Take a look at this page and this page. Unfortunately, you will most likely need to send it in to Nikon for repairs.

Nikon D1H Set... | Answered on Dec 14, 2007


I would first back up all the pictures on the card, and then while you have the memory card in the card reader re-format the card and put it back in the camera. If you are still having problems the electrical contacts on the inside on the camera may be dirty. Use some canned air and blast out anything that may be in there.

Nikon D1H Set... | Answered on Aug 28, 2007


Eith you have not set the camera up correctly study thew manual - it is not unusual to have a black and white setting. If you are sure you have got it right Then contact Nikon - this is a CCD failure.

Nikon D1H Set... | Answered on Aug 03, 2007


Is the camera in airplane or power saving mode?

Nikon D Cameras | Answered on Feb 02, 2019


By not clear do you mean out of focus or streaked due to movement? Try using a higher ISO setting in order to allow for a faster shutter speed and/or use a tripod.

Nikon D Cameras | Answered on Aug 02, 2018


switch button got damage due to hard press so you need to replace it

Nikon D Cameras | Answered on Aug 24, 2017


You can use the Nikon View program that should have been included with the camera. or you download the current versions of Nikon ViewNX or Nikon Capture available free at Nikon Imaging Products Software

Nikon D Cameras | Answered on Dec 11, 2016


Have you tried to see if you camera is running the latest firmware? If its not update it.

Nikon D Cameras | Answered on Jul 02, 2016


You could probably use either a 1.4 x or a 2 x, depending on how much you wanted to increase the focal length of your lens. A 1.4 x would give you a range of 98-420, a 2 x would give you a range of 140-600.
Having said that, teleconverters are not usually recommended for use with zoom lenses, and you would lose one stop with the 1.4 x, two stops with the 2 x, thus necessitating longer exposures. Also, with the increase in focal length comes an increased probability of camera shake being more apparent, due to the increased magnification. In your position, I would attempt to get closer to the subject, using a teleconverter as a last resort if this is not possible.

Nikon D Cameras | Answered on Jun 08, 2016


Format the SD card first.

Nikon D Cameras | Answered on Apr 17, 2016

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