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Recently I tried to take a photo with my Nikon D7100. The shutter activated but no picture was stored. I tried again and got the same result. I then switched the camera off and then back on and it seems to be working correctly now. The shutter count is 42,200. Anybody have any ideas? Cheers Ian

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  • I have no idea about that particular event, but it might be worth checking your firmware versions and updating if not current. Jul 11 '19 at 21:47
  • Does an image come up while buffering? My wife’s mom’s Nikon by default shows the taken image while it’s being saved (at least, I believe it does this from the buffer). I’m trying to ascertain if the image is lost at the buffer or at the sd/cf card.
    – OnBreak.
    Jul 11 '19 at 21:50
  • Thanks for your replies. Hueco, I switched that function off to save battery life. It's the first time that this has happened, I think?. The SD card is about two thirds full and I only use the cards once.
    – ian mcneil
    Jul 13 '19 at 20:03
  • Is the D7100 capable of mirror lockup? Does cycling the power automatically cancel mirror lockup?
    – Michael C
    Jul 19 '19 at 23:39
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I have seen the same issue with a D7100 (& Nikkor 18-140mm ) this week. Just as described the D7100 operated as normal and it continues to increment the image numbers. Lucky for me I spotted this early. I removed the battery and removed both Sandisk SDHC cards. After replacing the battery and then the 2 SDHC cards normal operation resumed. I am on the current firmware and lens profiles. The recorded image files have a gap of about 25 frame numbers, so some aspect of the D7100 believes it is working - but it had failed to write the missing NEF file to either of the SDHC cards.

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I would try to: - Check thoroughly the integrity of the memory card. Re-format, if you think it is a healthy card; - Update firmware if possible;

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