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Magic ? on my Nikon

Hi guys,

I bought a nikon L10 last year and has always worked well.. in this period i have noticed that while taking pictures the screen that was on suddenly disappears and i can see a little of the liquid crystals tat formed the last thing displayed on my screen before becoming blank.. It seems to me that it happens when i try clicking the shot a pic button while the red light of the flash is blinking.. but i also noticed it happens when i have the battery level in half ..

Thanks so much and hope someone can help me..



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In reply to: Magic ? on my Nikon

If I understand your statement, it does not sound like it is causing a problem ... yet.

It may be an indication that you have a battery problem.

If you are using alkaline AA batteries, try new batteries.

If you are using rechargeable NiMH batteries, one of the two batteries may be going bad.
I have had that occur.
I suggest you buy two new NiMH batteries.


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Thanks snapshot2,

It was only to check whether there is a problem cause i have a 3 yr warranty and wanted to see if everything was normal. cause i have had some bad experiences with electrical products. xD
so you suggest that i should change the batterys.. cause the bad thing is that sometimes it shows i have little battery and some times it doesn't show.. and the same batterys are in it.. so it's kinda weird.! xD


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The most likely suspect is a defective battery.


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Thankz.. Will see if changing it helps!


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