We purchased a Casio EXZ77 camera last December, most likely used it about 5 times and always had problems with the bottom of the camera. The connection (holding the battery in place) was never stable and would move. Now we are having problems with blurred pictures and sent the camera in for repair to Casio in New Jersey. We were told the evaluation was 'slightly separated at the bottom..' and that the cost for repair would be 134.39 plus shipping. YIKES! This sounds like a lot of money for a small problem that should be covered under my warrenty. Does this seem like something you've come accross before?
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You need to use rechargeable batteries only with your camera. Alkaline batteries, as you've discovered, do not sufficient power to run your camera and may only last for a small number of pictures. If you still have the user manual for your camera, you may dicover that it's also recommended in your manual to use these batteries. Modern rechargeable batteries have over 5 times more power than alkaline batteries. Here's some examples from Amazon. For international readers, here's some examples from Dealextreme. If you do decide to purchase, remember that you'll also need to purchase a charger with the batteries.
U can take one to the stores which u bought december 2008. Unfortunately there is only 1 year warranty. generally these microwaves should last more than a year... hope u will get warranty and receive a new piece ..
Depends, if you are charing and the battery is flashing instead of steady then Casio will replace it if you have purchased in the last year. Could also be the brand and size of memory card. Casio only recommends Sandisc, Toshiba, and Panasonic. An EX-Z60 can use up to a 2 GB unless you have done a firmware upgrade for a 4 GB card. If none of those seem to help then it would have to be send it. Lens errors are easy to get on the camera and that can keep the camera from powering on. 800-706-2534 and keep choosing option 2 and they will tell you where to send it.
If the photo shoot out show white , the obscure (quality
variation), and even horizontal line ( white lines), and so on over-exposure
cases, even if the use of anti-tremor, set to default values are invalid,
because the camera shutter fault.
the Casio cameras tend to be the low end of the digital camera market. And Nikon is not near the top, nor Kodak or HP. The best digital cameras are from Sony and Canon, and I personally believe that the Canons are the better choice. While the Sony's are good enough cameras, I hate Sony for so many reasons (rootkits, DRM, etc) and refuse to support them by purchasing their products.
Just go down to Ritz camera, Bestbuy, Circuitcity, etc, and try a couple of different models.
no, it changed automatically via the atomic satellite that changes all atomic clocks around the world. It so happens you bought a watch that was made in a different, much different time zone. You have been taken.
I posted on Nov. 25th that I was having the same problem and would be contacting Casio to report the issue. Well did and want to update all of you on the results. I have great news on the blur/fuzzy issue for the EX-Z70 Casio. I called the Casio help line 800-706-2534 and explained the problems I was having with the camera - and mentiond that I believed this to be a manufacturer's defect as I found postings on the internet from other owners of the same camera which were bought around the same time I made my purchase. The rep was very helpful. She instructed me to write exactly what I told her in a letter and mail the camera to the address she provided. If I had my receipt I should include a copy of it - which I did. I mailed the camera requesting repair or replacement on Nov. 26, 2007 and received my camera back today Dec 6, 2007. That's only ten days - Repaired!! The repair report indicates the lens assembly and lens ring were replaced - and a new battery was incuded in the box. The packing slip indicates Defect Code #11. So this IS a camera defect and they were absolutely GREAT about repairing it ASAP and supplying me with a new battery too. Call Casio today and you will have your camera back by Christmas. Have a Merry Christmas - and take lots of pics! Debra - OnPeaHill!