I have a Nikon Coolpix L3 Digital Camera. Sometimes if i take a picture and there is unecessary space in the background, i zoom in and want to cut the picture as is when it is zoomed, but for some reason it wont let me do that on the camera. I see the little scissors in the left hand upper corner of the screen but i can not find ANYWHERE where it will let me cut the picture. Can someone help me?
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This is probably THE single most common failure among digital cameras. There's a halfway chance of fixing it yourself, described here: http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/12/fixing-lens-error-on-digital-camera.html
Hi: When you transfer all the files, the movies should be transferred as well. Open Windows Explorer to the folder you saved the files to. Notice the file names by using either details or list in the view. Other operating systems may differ slightly. The movie files should be with .mov extension. The jpeg or picture files should be saved to .jpg extension. Some cameras will save to a different extension if the highest resolution is used, such as .tiff or other.
The movie should be transferred automatically when you transfer the images from the sd card. There should be a folder where the pics are transferred, usually through a program called Picture Project. Look for an icon with the Quicktime logo on it or a movie logo. That should be it.
Nikon Technical Support Team on the web site should need to know about this.
Check if in fact the images do show but only dimly if you look carefully along the screen if you can this would suggest the back light has failed.
But if you can see menu item but no play back#then this suggests another type of firmware failure