October 15, 2008
- Fujifilm Recalls Battery Chargers Due to Shock Hazard
The recalled BC-50 battery chargers were included with the Fujifilm FinePix F100fd digital cameras and are identified by the production lot codes “WCAA” and “WCAB”, which can be located on the back of the battery charger unit, in the lower, right-hand corner. The battery chargers were also sold separately as an optional accessory for the FinePix F100fd and F50fd digital cameras and have production lot codes of “WBAD” and “WFBA”. Battery chargers packaged with the Fujifilm Finepix F50d digital cameras are not included in the recall.
September 5, 2006
- Olympus Expands March Recall of Overheating Infinity Film Cameras
The original recall announced March 14, 2006 included the Infinity Twin, AF-1 Twin, Infinity Zoom 200 series, AZ 200 series, and Quantary Infinity Zoom 222 Olympus-brand 35mm film cameras. Olympus has now added the Infinity Zoom 76 and the Promaster Infinity Twin model cameras to the recall. The model name is printed on the face of the camera. These cameras have a built-in flash.
June 6, 2006
- Hewlett-Packard Company Recalls Digital Cameras Due to Fire Hazard, Offers Download Fix
This recall involves the HP Photosmart R707 digital camera. The HP logo and the model name and number are printed on the front of the camera.
March 14, 2006
- Olympus Recalls Film Cameras for Overheating, Poses Burn Hazard
The recall includes the Infinity Twin, AF-1 Twin, Infinity Zoom 200 series, AZ 200 series, and Quantary Infinity Zoom 222 Olympus-brand 35mm film cameras. The model name is printed on the face of the camera. These cameras have a built-in flash.
November 8, 2005
- Nikon Inc. Recall to Replace Rechargeable Battery Packs Sold with Digital SLR Cameras
The recall involves the Nikon rechargeable lithium ion battery pack with model number EN-EL3, which is written on the side of the battery. The batteries are rated at 7.4V/1400mAh, which also is written on the battery. The battery is included as a power source for Nikon's digital SLR D100, D70, and D50 model cameras. The battery pack was also sold separately.
February 26, 2004
- Honeywell Video System Recall of Security Camera
September 19, 2002
- Coolpix 2000-Model Digital CamerasRecalled by Nikon Inc.
September 9, 2002
- DC5000-Model Digital Cameras Recalled by Eastman Kodak Company
February 10, 1999
- AC Adapters for Digital Cameras Recalled by Kodak
September 10, 1998
- Go-Karts by Tiger Industries & Flash Units by Niken Recalled