Re: Replace battery door or get new one?
- Thanks for all the posts guys!! Stupid me, just got around to
ordering the door and it arrived today. And haha, I found my little
screwdriver on first attempt. Inside joke with my son, I have lots of
things, just never know where I left it last.
Thomas, do you remember how much the converter was from Radio Shack,
cheaper and work as well as the one from Nikon Charlie(es?) posted?
And thank you all for your comments. I will attempt the changeout
now. I was getting ready depressed. I'm the FRG leader for our local
National Guard unit my son is in, and the state is dedicating a
bridge to a 22 year old soldier we lost in Aug '05 in Iraq tomorrow
AM at 10. I asked my DIL to bring her camera, but nothing has been as
good as this little Nikon, I'm even torn between it and a $2500 Sony
digital camera/video recorder as for quality and ease of use for
pictures. I really wanted to take my Nikon tomorrow, my son will be
in the Color Guard for the dedication so will be incredibly moving on
both counts. Cross your fingers I get it working!!
--- In email@example.com, "Thomas Hayes" <thayes5400@...>
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "wherethegypsyangelsgo"
> <wherethegypsyangelsgo@> wrote:
> > My battery door has finally failed. Not even duct tape will keep
> > up. I so need my camera for my ebay sales. While it was on theblink,
> > I used an HP and a Kodak. None compared to what I loved about myno
> > coolpix 990.
> Try a subject search (battery door fix) in this message data
> base for some ideas.
> > The one real downside on my 990, is the battery life. :-( There's
> > way I could shoot all night if I wanted too. I do userechargeable
> > batteries now, but my recharger only recharges 4 at a time andthat
> > takes 7 hours.(CAT.
> I have been useing a one (1) hour charger from Radio Shack
> No. 23-405) and two sets of batteries for over five years withDC
> excellent results.
> > Wish my favorite camera didn't drain batteries so. Wish it had a
> > plug.to
> I will get the model numbers for a converter and the cords
> the camera that I use, in the morning and post. These are also
> from Radio Shack.
> Tom H