Recalls: Digital Cameras

February 1, 2024 Snap Recalls Lithium-Ion Battery Sold for Pixy Flying Cameras Due to Fire Hazard

This recall involves the rechargeable lithium-ion battery sold with the pocket-sized Pixy Flying Camera. The battery was sold separately and paired with the Pixy, which takes pictures and videos and measures about five inches long by four inches wide. The Pixy and battery are both yellow in color. The battery measures about three inches long and half of an inch wide. Read more.

July 15, 2015 Olympus Recalls Digital Point-And-Shoot Camera Due to Shock Hazard; Sold Exclusively at HHGregg Appliance

The recall involves the Olympus VG-170 Digital Point-and-Shoot Cameras. The VG-170 measures about 4 x 2.5 x 1 inches, weighs 5.1 ounces and comes in white, black or red. "VG 170" is printed on the top of the camera, on the side opposite the shutter button. "Olympus" is printed on the upper right hand corner of the front of the camera, "5 X Wide" is printed on lower left hand corner of the front of the camera. The camera has a 3-inch digital LCD screen on the back. Read more.

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. Read more.

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. Read more.