If you’ve purchased either the Nikon D4 or the D800, you might be one of the unlucky owners who is currently experiencing camera lockups. This issue has been reported on last month whereby the camera basically becomes unresponsive until the battery has been removed and reinserted. The good news is that Nikon has since come forward with a statement acknowledging the issue and is currently working on a more permanent solution. In the mean time, the Japanese camera manufacturer has offered users a temporary solution which they claim will provide a fix until a more permanent method can be found. This involves users turning off both “Highlights” and “RGB Histogram” display options in the “Playback Display Options” sub-menu. If you’re a D4/D800 owner and you’re experiencing the problem described above, check out Nikon’s temporary solution and let us know how that worked out for you.
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