Tip & How-To about Konica Minolta DiMAGE G400 Digital Camera

Freezing?

Surprisingly enough, most freezing problems (and other problems, too) can be solved by gently hitting your camera. It works! Just remember to be gentle.

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Why is sports mode not working?


If you are trying to take photos in very dim light the sports mode may not work. Sports mode selects a fast shutter speed to freeze the action and in very dim light with some lenses the aperture may not open wide enough to allow enough light to hit the sensor.

Aug 18, 2014 | Canon EOS 60D Digital Camera

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camera frezing up


Another expert that owns the e900 says:

"Surprisingly enough, most freezing problems (and other problems, too) can be solved by gently hitting your camera. It works! Just remember to be gentle."

But after reading a few forums, it sounds like one of two things:
1.) keep in mind that this will occur if it is connected to the USB cord and PC

2.) Perhaps your power button is not functioning?

Here is the manual, but it doesnt seem to say much about this except that if you are still covered under warranty, to contact Fuji

Hope this helps :
-TJ

Dec 15, 2008 | Cameras

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zoom button is malfunctioning


tons of people w/ any canon elura series cameras including myself, with a canon elura 80 have the same zoom problem. It does not appear that canon has done anything to try to solve this mass problem with this series of cameras. Oddly enough the only way to solve this problem is to give it a tap and gentle hits near the zoom button to release what would seem to be a jam. Sorry that there's really no straight forward answer, but for now its the best i can give.

May 03, 2008 | Canon Elura 80 Mini DV Digital Camcorder

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problem


try two things re formatting the memory card in your pc if this fails switch on camera take the end of the lense and gently twist and pull the lense you may here it click be gentle do not force it then switch off and on again this may solve your problem

Nov 10, 2007 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W50 Digital Camera

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Turning on the camera.


I had the same problem. I tried turning it off and hitting the camera on the palm of my hand but that didn't work. But, hitting it one time on the palm of my hand WHILE THE CAMERA WAS TURNING ON worked. I turned the camera on, it moved the lens out and I hit it one time on my hand and it works perfectly now.

Someone suggested it was a problem with the internal lens which makes sense. Also, be careful not to hit a sensitive part of the camera on your hand. I used one of the corners.

Oct 26, 2007 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W50 Digital Camera

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