I have had my D600 for about 2 months now. When I first got it I was having trouble with the rear LCD. After I took a picture, no preview would come up, only the green LED light would come on (near the bottom right of LCD). I took it into Henry's and they suggested it was a memory card issue. I bought new cards and it seemed to fix the problem. Everything was fine until last night. I was out shooting and everything was working fine. When I came inside and sat down I went to review some of my shots. Now the preview button and menu buttons are not working (nothing comes up on the LCD, just black screen). The only way i can get anything on the LCD is when I press live view, and that works as it should (great....).
I am upset that I didn't get a new unit when I took it in the first time (day 2 of the 15 day exchange window), and now I am unsure of what to do or think. Any recommendations?!
Thanks for the tips, hopefully it fixes it
left me with was to have them send it back into Nikon for repair (under
warranty), which could take 4-6 weeks. Wow this sucks. Any other ideas?
Would it be better to take it to a Nikon Center myself (I believe the
closest to me is near Toronto, about a 2 hour drive).
Henry's (largest Camera retailer in Canada) is usually very good about that kind of stuff, but they do not offer their own repair service.
1. When you press the Menu button (top left button on the back) nothing happens?
2. Are you sure that your shutter button isn't slightly depressed (if it is, then photo reviewing and the Menu won't come up)
3. If you can bring up the menu what do you have selected for "Image Review" in the "Playback" menu (the top menu in the Menu)?
4. What do you have set for "Playback display options"?
I really suspect something is up with the shutter button... if I barely depress and hold my shutter button my D600 acts just like you are suggesting. I can't bring up the menu or "playback" but I CAN start Live View.
Cheer up shutter button!
...sorry, I'll see myself out.
The power on or off switch on the trigger itself makes no difference.
The trigger is connected with a cable that has an on and off button, in the off stand everything works, in the on stand the LCD stays black.
It is the 4 channel wireless receiver CF0085 and cable, which I bought by Calumet, but that is just info, maybe it is the same with every trigger.
So it is also possible that the - GPS - remote (shutter) - connection is the problem.
Maybe this is something, if so no other option then the Nikon service center, I think.