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by Lars Kotthoff

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My language of choice is C. I'm learning and starting to like C++, but I still believe that there are only a handful of people on the planet who can write proper C++ code.


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comment What's behind these memory card problems with my new Nikon D7000?
It doesn't matter when you bought it, it's the manufacture date that's important.
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comment What's behind these memory card problems with my new Nikon D7000?
@shankar: Yes; I've edited my answer to include the link.
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revised What's behind these memory card problems with my new Nikon D7000?
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answered What's behind these memory card problems with my new Nikon D7000?
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comment What's behind these memory card problems with my new Nikon D7000?
I have tried another card and it has the same problem. (Though the cards are identical in make and model.)
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comment What's behind these memory card problems with my new Nikon D7000?
I want to clarify and say that this is indeed not the normal functionality. Normally, the camera goes into a "soft-off" mode displaying only the card icons and the number of potential shots left. The problem OP describes can be identified by a fully operational, stuck LCD screen. Everything from AF points to WB status is there. Replacing the battery seems to remedy the condition, as does, IIRC, making a USB connection before turning the camera off. In any case, it's very annoying.