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The L10 uses standard AA batteries, either disposable or rechargeable. It does not contain any charging circuitry. Connecting the camera to a computer simply drains the batteries faster, as the camera has to expend energy communicating with the computer (even if only to say it has nothing to say). If you want to use rechargeables, you'll have to charge them using a separate battery charger.
You should charge your new Nikon Coolpix L10 battery before using it for the first time.
And if you continue to turn on it and discharge the battery again and again until can't turn on, the new battery maybe damaged. come to Nikon EN-EL10 Battery and see the battery maintaion.
No, the L10 cannot be used as a webcam. It was designed as a still camera, with some video capabilities added. While it can record videos, and play them back to another device, it cannot do both at the same time.
I'm sorry but you can't. There is no function on the camera to stream video. Also, the camera goes into standby mode after 30 seconds (by default). And 3 minutes after that, it shuts off completely. It does that to save batteries. Again. I'm sorry. Good webcams average between $20. to $50. usd and they are made to work 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
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Chances are the LCD screen has failed and would have to be replaced. (ive seen this screen problem when it goes to white or black marks when cracked)
you basically would have 3 options,
1: send it out for repairs to Nikon? ( see if it is still in warranty or may cost close to what you paid) 2: Buy a used or new LCD on an auction site (if your gadget savvy and you can replace yourself) avg price 50-75? 3: sell your camera on an auction site to use funds to purchase another camera
My daughter has a coolpix L10 that had a similar problem. Try this:
Put the camera in movie mode and turn it on. Press the menu button and go to setup. Go to the battery menu and make sure the correct battery selection is made (i.e. Alkaline, NiMH, etc.) She changed from alkaline batteries to rechargeable NiMH and the camera would do the same thing you are describing until we made the correct battery selection.