Often, you may be experiencing some problems with your point and shoot Nikon camera which may not result in any error message. Fixing these problems can be a little difficult and tricky and you may feel like fixing it yourself. In eke, Nikon troubleshooting shouldn’t be a difficult process. These tips will give u a better chance to troubleshoot a Nikon point and shoot camera.
Camera Refuses To Power Up
First check the battery because, it’s the most common reason for a dead camera. You should first ask your self these questions before trying to fix the Nikon camera,
- Is the battery fully charged.
- Is the battery inserted correctly
- Are the battery’s metal connectors clean.(You can make use of any soft cloth to remove any dirt or grime from the battery connector.)
Also check if their is any particles or objects in the battery compartment that could prevent a good charging connection.
LCD Shows Nothing Or Goes Blank Regularly
Almost 85% of Nikon camera have what Nikon calls the MONITOR button which helps the LCD switch on and off. Look for the model’s monitor button and hit it, your LCD is turned off. Most of these Nikon cameras have power saving mode were the camera powers down the LCD after a few minutes of not being active. If this problems frequently happens, start considering turning off the power saving mode or lengthening the the amount of time before the power saving mode begins. You can effect this type of change on your camera’s settings through the on screen menus, normally the setup menu on a Nikon cool pix point and shoot camera.
LCD Screen Is Not Easily Viewed
If the LCD screen is dim, you can increase the screen brightness making use of some Nikon models. Some LCD, due to glare, can be difficult to see in direct sunlight. Make use of your free hand to shield the LCD screen from the direct sun. Also you can move your body to avoid having the sun shine on the LCD.