trouble shooting question for d10 owners

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  1. vonnagy

    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    sorry don't have the manual handy, its in a box somewhere i can't find!

    the light meters is not functioning properly, it gives the wrong reading in both manuel and auto modes.. drastically overexposing the picture. Its been happening sporadically but now its been very consistent happening.

    I am wondering if the 'main battery' was giving out (as opposed to rechargeable kind).

    What are the implications of removing this battery/replacing with a new one (does it reset anything?)

    Has anyone experience the above prob with their d10? cheers in advance!
     
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    mrsid99 TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    Hi Mark,
    According to the manual; when the date/time battery is low it will show "[ bC" in the LCD display.
    The battery is a CR2025.
    If you have a charged main battery or a DC coupler attached when you change the battery you should not have to reset anything.
    HTH.
     
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    mrsid99 TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    Hi again Mark,
    Re-reading your post it sounds as though there may be a major problem with your camera, could be a "take it to your dealer" issue.
    Sorry to be a drag but if there's any other info' you need from the manual just ask.
    HTH
    Sid.
     

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