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A good lesson though; should always carry at least 2 cards with you to be safe(r). It just popped up with the CHA and I couldn't get rid of it. I had already shot about 400 frames when I got the CHA message from the camera. When i turn off the camera it does not respond. weblink

Robert NES816 3.268 προβολές 32:49 Camera Crazy Used Nikon D70S and D200 DSLR Comparison Upgrade - Διάρκεια: 4:42. A more permanent solution, of course, would be to have the door latch spring replaced with a spring having a bit more tension. Thanks!!!!!! I reset the camera, no help. https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/41277/Getting+a+format+error+in+both+on+and+off+positions

Nikon D70 Format Card In Camera

Taking sports photos, so I had opportunity the check if I got CHA message while taking hundreds of photos a day.. I'm having the same problem. JPS 01-07-2006,06:40 PM #10 K1W1 View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join Date Aug 2005 Posts 6,931 Try taking the lens of and cleaning the contacts then reinstalling it.

  1. Last, if all these fail, I'd try to track down a new card reader fro a reputable place and simply install it as suggested.
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  3. Then the CHA error comes up.
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no change, and still can't take a picture. after many attempts and aborts, i have waited over 2 hours without pressing any button on the camera. After about 130 pics I got the CHA error , tried turning the camera off then on the error cleared but when I went to view the pics I took it Nikon D70 This Card Cannot Be Used the card reader doeasent recognise it.

Stephen Ouellette New memberUsername: FishlawPost Number: 1Registered: Nov-06 Posted on Thursday, November 16, 2006 - 09:39 GMTI have the same problem with a two year old D70. Nikon D70 Cha it didn't come with a CF card, so i did my manual page 192 research to find that Lexar is compatible. I found I could get past the issue by removing / reseating the card but its a pain doing this and who wants to do this everytime the camera is switched http://photo.net/nikon-camera-forum/00Hx6Y Is it automatic?

Any idea how to save these photos? Nikon D70 Troubleshooting Reconnect the CF subpanel. I took about 300 pictures and now I cannot download the pictures, It's giving that "for" message and if I format the card I'll lose all of it. They are both in red.

Nikon D70 Cha

I lost that bookmark and am so happy to find it with a search query. http://dgrin.com/showthread.php?t=79691 I reloaded the operating system-I had version 2.0 and reinstalled the same version and have not had the problem since. (The Nikon service person I have been corresponding with says I Nikon D70 Format Card In Camera To disconnect this cable, carefully slide the black part of the connector downwards, towards the cable. Nikon D70s Memory Card Problems Does anyone have any ideas?

If you look carefully when installing or removing the memory card you can see a little movement of the CF card holder. http://windowsazure4j.org/nikon-d70/nikon-d70-error.html Find More Posts by greenpea Dec-27-2007, 02:40 PM #5 BRATCH OP What I want, when I want Join Date: May 2007 Location: West Kentucky Posts: 45 Quote: Originally Posted by HarveyMushman steady FOR in the frame count area this morning. 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 Nikon D70 Card Is Not Formatted

Just to make sure because this camera is finicky about it. Nikon quoted me $150 - $225 for the repair. 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 SO, if the pins are slightly being displaced in the device then the eject mechanism is also putting a load on the pins.

Well a day or so later I went ahead and attached the USB cord to my camera and then the computer and it uploaded successfully, however I think I made the Nikon D70 Memory Card Compatibility Was this answer helpful? I highly recommend a book called "Understanding Exposure" by Bryan Peterson.

None were bent.

If you do, have a look at my D70 for sale in Nikon Land on Dgrin. Do not completely fill the card but stop at around 10 remaining images and format the card in camera once more. It seems like it is component failure that happens after 15 months or so.I think it will be a cold day in hell before Nikon acknowledges this problem and fixes it Nikon D70s Firmware Simplest way to fix it.

I would like to send the camera to a trusted repair facility and pay them a fair price for the required service. the FOR doesn't ever go away. Berny Platinum MemberUsername: Project6Post Number: 13796Registered: Dec-03 Posted on Thursday, April 19, 2007 - 15:37 GMTTry doing a hard reset of your camera. http://windowsazure4j.org/nikon-d70/nikon-d70-r04-error.html perhaps 1 in 5 or 10 times, but it did seem to be increasing in frequency.

Honestly, thats why I figured more cameras were using SD cards now instead of CF. I've seen that a few sent their D70 off for repair and when it got back nothing really changed except they spent some cash and were without the camera for six Then I got the error again and I started checking over my photos and noticed that randomly some of them were nothing but black. I'm so frustrated.

I'm using a D70s with a couple of SanDisk Ultra II CF cards in 1 GB and 512MB versions. I have a wedding in 2 weeks. I don't know what causes the problem, although I am a firm believer in paying the absolute minimum for CF cards. Fortunately, I didn't have the BGLOD (Blinking Green Light of Death).

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Forums Good thing the D70 was just my backup... I'm hoping someone has experienced this problem and can tell me what the problem is.

The lcd will blink "For". Lexar and Sandisk work well.