Nikon D330018-55VR User Manual (en)

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Technical Notes
If the camera fails to function as expected, check the list of 
common problems below before consulting your retailer or 
Nikon representative.
Battery/Display
Troubleshooting
The camera is on but does not respond
: Wait for recording to end. If the 
problem persists, turn the camera off. If the camera does not turn off, 
remove and reinsert the battery or, if you are using an AC adapter, 
disconnect and reconnect the AC adapter. Note that although any data 
currently being recorded will be lost, data that have already been 
recorded will not be affected by removing or disconnecting the power 
source.
Viewfinder is out of focus
: Adjust viewfinder focus (
0 20). If this does not 
correct the problem, select single-servo autofocus (AF-S
0 74), single-
point AF (
c; 0 78), and the center focus point, and then frame a high-
contrast subject in the center focus point and press the shutter-release 
button halfway to focus the camera. With the camera in focus, use the 
diopter adjustment control to bring the subject into clear focus in the 
viewfinder. If necessary, viewfinder focus can be further adjusted using 
optional corrective lenses (
Displays turn off without warning
: Choose longer delays for Auto off timers 
(
Information display does not appear in monitor
: Shutter-release button is 
pressed halfway. If information display does not appear when you 
remove your finger from shutter-release button, confirm that On is 
selected for Auto info display (
0 238) and that battery is charged.
Viewfinder display is unresponsive and dim
: The response times and brightness 
of this display vary with temperature.