I got my Nikon b500 last Christmas and I haven't used it in a while. I came back today and take a picture of something my batteries are charged and no matter how hard I push or how long i push the on/off button just flashes green for a second and goes away. How do you fix this?
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At the Time the Camera was made , Nikon lists a number of compatible memory cards. Each year both cameras and cards can read and write data faster. Cheap cards today can be read much faster than written. If any camera can take many photos in a short time, a slow cad will not allow the camera to operate as intended.
The best solution would probably be to check with your seller if it's still under warranty and let him solve the problem, but in case you want to be sure, go through the manual of your camera to see what the lights mean, if you don't have a manual you can find it here: Nikon Coolpix B500 PDF manual download
Tim lapse video does not make any sense to me. In general time lapse is a way to take photos at a specific interval. You can actually make a movie showing fast action in post process on your computer (using 3rd party software)