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Nikon D70 and D2H exposure problem on rare occasions

Nikon reports on their support websites that, in some rare cases, electronic components related to exposure control in some D70 and D2H cameras may fail. A similar problem is reported on some Nikon F55 cameras.

Should you experience this problem with your camera, Nikon will replace the associated components free of charge even if the camera's warranty has already expired...

SUMMARY

Nikon D70 and D2H exposure problem on rare occasions - digital camera and photography newsIt has come to our attention that electronic components related to exposure control in some D70 cameras may, on rare occasions, fail.

Should you experience this problem with your D70 camera, Nikon will replace the associated components free of charge even if the camera's warranty has already expired. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience you may have suffered because of this problem. To check if your camera has failed due this reason, please read the symptom description, below.

How can I identify if my NIKON D70 camera is faulty?

With a memory card inserted: The green memory card access lamp blinks continuously and camera does not respond to any controls.
With no memory card inserted: The camera will not turn on despite the battery indicator showing a fully charged battery.

How can I identify if my NIKON D2H camera is faulty?

- The electronic analog exposure indicator is unreliable, the exposure display is fixed at a constant value and images are over- or under-exposed.
- The camera is unable to focus automatically.

For more information visit:

Nikon USA support website
Nikon Europe support website
Nikon Japan support website
September 26, 2005
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