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Nikon D600 24.3 MP CMOS FX-Format Digital SLR Camera

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Camera won't turn on (more details, not the same guy as the previous)

As in the other question title like this, I can seemingly charge the battery through the USB on the side of the camera and it will light green on the on/off button, but I cannot turn it on.

When I connect the USB to my computer, the camera gets registered for a split second, and the cuts off imedietely. Plugged in here, it lights green on the on/off button, and quiclky by the flash icon right next next to the display button.

When I plug it into the PC, the on/off button lights green, and when it does that, I can press and hold it, and it turns off, and if I press the button within a few seconds it lights back up, connects, and disconnects. This leads me to believe that the button works, or that it is atleast not completely dead.

Thank you in advance.

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the USB ports on Nikon DSLRs are for data transfer only, you can not charge the battery through the USB port, you'll need to use the MH-25 mains charger to charge Nikon EN-EL15 battery.

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