The latest patch firmware Nikon had a number of cameras that are incompatible with the informal batteries. Nikon consumers reported that the latest firmware update from the Japanese corporation has brought with it some sudden changes disturbing how they power their cameras. Recently released a cover for D3100, D3200, D5100, D5200 and Coolpix P7700 has been defined as an update to change the way that shows the battery life of the camera.
However, some users have been left bewildered and angry at what they perceive as a hidden agenda for renewal. After the upgrade version is not about party EN-EL14 lithium batteries and 14a ion battery is no longer compatible with the models listed above.
Many customers have commented on the official website of Nikon, with one user noticed that the update was nothing more than a " villainous lock supplier " , while another suggested that the update that " limited functionality " device can hardly be considered in ' upgrade' at all.
Nikon is not the first who tried to take this step; however, Panasonic produces the same intentions patch in 2009, which rejected any third-party batteries, which could not stand up jewelry company safety standards. As there are no reports of a way to eliminate the consequences of a firmware update, many users just have to wait and hope that the new update will fix the problem, or that Nikon will release an explanation and solution to fix compatibility. This third edition of the party battery may have been chance side effect of the last firmware update, since there was no mention of it in the change log for the update. We will keep you posted of any updates this issue from Nikon.