Question about Nikon Coolpix 995 Digital Camera

1 Answer

Reset to factory setting

I want to reset back to factory setting because with everyone changing settings the quality is bad.

Posted by psalms1123 on

  • psalms1123 Jul 05, 2012

    Do anyone know how to reset it to back to factory default?

×

Ad

1 Answer

Chris Hingee

  • Level 3:

    An expert who has achieved level 3 by getting 1000 points

    Superstar:

    An expert that got 20 achievements.

    All-Star:

    An expert that got 10 achievements.

    MVP:

    An expert that got 5 achievements.

  • Nikon Master
  • 32,281 Answers

Remove the battery for 20 mins. Then replace the battery and go to the camera's Menu setting and set the date & time.

Posted on Jul 06, 2012

Ad

4 Related Answers

Anonymous

  • 10 Answers

SOURCE: how to reset to the factory settings?

turn camera on, turn upper dial to setup, have the display on, use the up/down arrows on the back of the camera to click to RESET ALL, use the side arrow to to click to the reset box, either NO or RESET.

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

Ad

Anonymous

  • 103 Answers

SOURCE: camera settings on a nikon d2x

Hello howzat11, I'd like to introduce you to your manual via download. The download is 18.5 megs large. Go to page 133 and visit the two button reset page. It's available for download from:  http://www.starbatteries.com/index.html. Look at camera manuals and have fun.
Fotobean

Posted on Feb 07, 2009

Anonymous

  • 11967 Answers

SOURCE: f stop set 0n zero and cannot get it to move , so

Does this problem occur with any other lenses?

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

Anonymous

  • 3006 Answers

SOURCE: Every time I change the battery on the coolpix 995

Your problem is that your camera actually has two batteries. There's the obvious user-accessible one but there's also a tiny rechargeable one hidden inside the camera which recharges from the main battery. The smaller battery is designed to provide has just enough power to maintain the camera's memory of time and date settings for up to a few months when the camera isn't being used.

Like all rechargeables, it doesn't last forever and needs to be replaced to fix the problem. Unfortunately, it's not easy to get at and the camera must be partially dismantled to access it. It's been a long while since I took a 995 apart simply because there are so few left in working order; yours is nearly ten years old and it was only designed to last a maximum of five years so has done really well.

I cannot provide a link to a free servicing manual, but if you search online you should find one but it will cost more than your camera is worth. In any case, I strongly advise you not to bother: your camera may be into extreme old age (compared to it's original design life) but it still works mostly correctly. Disturbing it by taking it apart is likely to cause more problems than it solves. If I recall correctly, the internal battery is not especially difficult to get to, but is soldered in place and so is not easy to replace. It's also very easy to ruin the new battery by getting it to hot when re-soldering it back in.

The 995 was a fine camera in it's time, but like all old digital cameras is now virtually worthless simply due to the fact that it's now immensely obsolete and also due to the uncertainty of knowing what other component will fail next due to age or wear. My sincere advice is to live with the fault and continue to enjoy use of the camera while you still can. It's extremely surprising that the rotating body joint hasn't yet failed, and the fact that the sensor still works is also impressive. If nothing else kills the camera, it will likely be the sensor and probably in the near future. You won't find that modern Nikon consumer-grade models are anywhere near as well built.

Posted on May 01, 2010

Testimonial: "Very helpful-even though I had worked out what was probably the fault it was very helpful to have confirmation. Helen B"

Add Your Answer

×

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

0helpful
1answer

How to can I do a factory reset on Nikon Coolpix S3200?

Reset All Press the d button M z tab M Reset all
When Reset is selected, the camera's settings will be restored to their default
2helpful
1answer

How do I reset my Nikon L120 back to factory settings?

When reset are selected, the camera's setting will be restored to their default values.To reset all:menu botton -> setup menu (wrench icon) -> reset ALLhttp://www.nikonusa.com/pdf/manuals/noprint/L120_ENnoprint.pdf (pag.121)
Mar 05, 2012 • Cameras
1helpful
1answer

Nikon coolpix p90 how to reset to factory settings

It doesn't reset everything, but there is a "Reset All" command in the Setup menu. Press the MENU button, then the wrench and then "Reset All."
This reset leaves the date/time, white balance, language, and video mode alone.
0helpful
1answer

My wireless router number is WRT120N but I dont remember my pin number how can I can a new one

You need to reset your router to factory setting.
The reset process will restore your router's factory default settings. All of the customized settings of the router will then be erased and the router's IP address will be reverted back to 192.168.1.1 if you have changed it.
To perform a hardware reset on your Linksys router, follow these steps:
Resetting the Router Using the Reset Button
IMPORTANT: Before proceeding with the reset, take note of your router's current settings. You might need to check with your Internet Service Provider to get settings.

Press and hold the Reset button at the back of the router for ten seconds. It will reset your router to factory settings.
2helpful
1answer

How do i perform a cold reset on a laserjet 2600n printer

Via the Control Panel: The Resets menu makes it possible to reset factory settings, disable and enable Powersave, and update the printer after new supplies are installed. Configure device menu The Configure device menu makes it possible to change the printer's default print settings, adjust the print quality, change the system's configuration and I/O options, and reset the printer's default settings RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS :Makes it possible to clear the page buffer, remove all perishable personality data, reset the printing environment, and return all default settings to factory defaults. Press Menu or (Select) to enter the MENUS.
  1. Press (Down Arrow) to highlight Configure device menu .
  2. Press (Select) to select Configure device menu
  3. Press (down arrow) to System setup menu
  4. Press (select) System setup menu
  5. Press (select) Resets menu
  6. Select RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS.


I’m happy to assist further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/joe_8b8c2cd6ce148309

0helpful
1answer

Dull colorless pictures

Have you made any changes to the settings? Check the ISO, picture quality (should be at highest setting), white balance, etc. You could also go into the setup menu and find the "reset" entry to reset back to default factory settings.
0helpful
1answer

Sony w300

You should see that option in the tools menu to reset all factory options to default.
Aug 13, 2009 • Cameras
0helpful
1answer

Cannot adjust the quality settings on our Fuji S3 Pro

have you tried the reset to factory settings? in your user manual it tells you how to reset everything.
49helpful
8answers

Lg dare keeps shutting off

Go into phone settings, then security after putting in your four digit code click on reset default. Your preference settings will be set to factory defaults and your user data will not be erased. DO NOT CLICK ON RESTORE PHONE! That will reset your phone and erase everything such as contacts and pictures.
Not finding what you are looking for?
Nikon Coolpix 995 Digital Camera Logo

Related Topics:

2,007 views

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Nikon Cameras Experts

Ekse

Level 3 Expert

13435 Answers

Brad Brown

Level 3 Expert

18861 Answers

Steven Wander
Steven Wander

Level 3 Expert

596 Answers

Are you a Nikon Camera Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...