I have one coolpix 5700 .it works 1 year without any problem.now when i try to take the picture the screen is blank ,there is no problem for the view finder because display is ok. i don't know the real problem if any one know
please help me my email id is [email protected]
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This camera was in the time when the ccd had problems. http://www.nikonusa.com/email_images/nikonusa/service_advisory/coolpix.html Call Nikon concerning your camera. You can send it to them, they will estimate it, and may repair it for free if it is the ccd problem.
Had this problem two weeks ago. On the road to recovery, changing the purpose of the function button seems to have helped me - <Menu>, <Set-up1>, <Controls>, <Func.> Change chosen option away from the top one (User Setting). I found the third one down with the flash symbol least confusing. Then <Set> and <Menu> button to escape from the menus.
Having done all this the camera will take pictures again without pressing the lock button. However, I'm not convinced the func. button works as described in the manual. Hope this helps?
I think it is time fot you contact the Tech Support site.
If it is more than a year old it may be time to replace it
download this to see if is of any help
This appears to be a well known CCD problem, which Nikon acknowledges only for the COOLPIX 3100, 5700 and SQ models.
Nikon denies the CCD problems on the 5400 are related, even though a Google search for this problem returns numerous results which claim the same defective Sony CCD sensor was used in the 5400 as was used in the 3100, 5700, and SQ models.
See this reference:
There was a line of defective Sony sensors that went into a lot of cameras between 2004 and 2005. As far as I know the 5700 was the primary victim in the Nikon line but Nikon is offering to repair or replace the affected cameras regardless of warranty status.