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Thanks again Reply by Simeon 2011/11/24 Could you please tell me how you ordered the card reader part from Nikon USA? I took the camera to a professional, and they said it was probably an "electrical" problem with the camera... (since it just happened to work with them, but not with me, Like I had been shooting with the lens cap on or I would get a "Image Contains No Information" message. It's 03:18 AM. • Powered by vBulletin Version 3.8.5 -- Dgrin 2.0 ---- Dgrin 2.0 White Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds. weblink

Go to the local camera store and: 1> Try your cards in a new ("known good") D70. Thanks so much in advance. About 6 months ago, it started malfunctioning occasionally, as you have described ..... devin Silver MemberUsername: LomnaSac, Calif U.S.A Post Number: 883Registered: Dec-07 Posted on Saturday, January 09, 2010 - 08:06 GMTthis thread is full of info about d70.

Nikon D70 Format Card In Camera

Not all the time, just occasionally .... Just to make sure because this camera is finicky about it. Thanks, Alvaro. jmkermath View Public Profile Send a private message to jmkermath Find More Posts by jmkermath May-13-2010, 07:02 AM #13 ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin Join Date: May 2005 Location: Illinois cornfield Posts:

  • That one of my pet peeves with little digital cameras.
  • Either will I move to another camera, or take pictures with my F5.
  • Did you take care of that copper sheet?

Andy Adventurer Joined:2010-05-10 Posts:1 Posted: Mon, 2010-05-10 03:39 Hey Reba, what did you do to fix that problem exactly? Turn the camera off, quickly punch out the flash card, push it back in, close the door, turn it on, and if you are like me... That's why it seems to me like the contacts in the camera are malfunctioning. Nikon D70s Memory Card Problems Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 12 Thread: Nikon D70 Error message "E r r" Thread Tools Show Printable Version Search Thread

Now I am trying to find a reasonable place to download an image recovery software to recover the pictures from my old card. I could not buy it from Nikon and buying one on ebay is likely to come from a donor camera that has the same CHA / FOR issues we are all Also when reassembling I scraped the end of the ribbon connector to make sure there was no oxidation or connectivity issues. http://photo.net/nikon-camera-forum/00Hx6Y Normally in a situation like this I would blow it off, but I'm not a big fan of shooting a ballgame or whatever only to find that some of the photos

Faye Stormer New memberUsername: Shutterbug7Pennsylvania U.S.A. Nikon D70 Troubleshooting I decided instead to simply heat each pin with a very sharp soldering iron to reflow the solder that was present. I have a thought to put out there if anyone is listening , I seem to remember that the couple of times this happened that the air temperature was cool (below I wont advertise who I used to make the repair but feel free to email me if you want the details.

Nikon D70 Cha

any ideas. pop over to these guys Before got 'CHA' error, I found that some pictures were not properly saved on the card. Nikon D70 Format Card In Camera Be aware that the pins are of different length by specification! Nikon D70 Error Codes still want your recommendations tho!

I don't want to lose them! http://windowsazure4j.org/nikon-d70/nikon-d70-error.html thanks for your time crew...i think i'm going to be living in this forum. if it's arrival, then i'm under the wire. Next, remove the two sliver screws holding the subpanel in place. Nikon D70 Card Is Not Formatted

But I still do not recommend them for the reason I stated above. Then there is the "cha" error message. Reply by stephan mantler 2014/11/01 Sorry, if it's not something obvious (which you would have cleared out by resetting the camera), I'm pretty sure it would be hard to diagnose without http://windowsazure4j.org/nikon-d70/nikon-d70-r17-error.html Brian Aragon D Appel New memberUsername: Dansd70Hollywood, CA United States Post Number: 1Registered: Jun-07 Posted on Monday, June 11, 2007 - 14:54 GMTI have a related question: For some reason, my

So...I tried to format the memory card on the computer and that worked...so I then put it back in the camera and it WORKED! Nikon D70s Manual If you do, have a look at my D70 for sale in Nikon Land on Dgrin. The first time I tried, the back panel connector was slightly misaligned and only the left/right part of the rocker switch didn't work.

Do I have to grow up and use "P" or "M" modes.

The address below gives detailed instructions for this. I kept getting the 'CHR' message at the most important family photogenic opportunity of several years. When I went to take the photos off of the card and put them into the computer, only the photos from the new battery came off. Nikon Error Codes Step 3: CF Subpanel removal The CF subpanel is connected to the rest of the camera through one ribbon cable.

Good luck and I hope this will work for you. Blue / Yellow Latest reviewsFujifilm X-T286%Nikon D340076%Sigma 30mm F1.4 DC DN | C for Micro Four Thirds84%Nikon AF-S Nikkor 24mm F1.8G ED88%Olympus E-PL8 First Impressions ReviewSee all reviews » Finished challengesbig Turn it off and back on, everything seems cool right up until I'm thumbing through my photos and notice that about 80% of what I had shot was corrupt and history. http://windowsazure4j.org/nikon-d70/nikon-d70-r04-error.html I have had my D70 for almost 3 years without problems, I take an average of 2000+ photos a month.

After I disconnected the camera I went to view the pics to see if it did this and it did but all the pics that were left on my camera were SmugMug New Product Announcements Read All About It! This time, unfortunately I wasn't so lucky. At that point time is money.

I've tried looking for the manual online with no results. Since we have to send off the camera for repairs anyway, a D80 is on the way. Thanks Ziggy and everyone, this is the information I'm looking for. I have tried them all.

even after heavy rain, when my d70s was totally wet..