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Approximately 1.8 seconds in recording mode. It depends on the type of memory card.

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When I turn on my Canon G6 power shot 7.1 megapixels it starts to work and then right when the camera turns on it turns off. I checked the batteries and they were fully charged. After the camera turns


Hi Cayley,

Typically, when an electronic or electro-mechanical device - such as a computer or as in this case - your camera - is powered up; it goes through a "boot up" so to speak. Like your computer, the camera electronics performs some quick, basic checks on the electronic and mechanical systems during the boot up sequence. This often includes checking for the presence of a memory card, battery charge state, connection to a computer via USB cable - and - checking the lens position; and if it can be extended and reversed to a "home" position or not.

Because you're seeing a "lens" message, this is a clue that the camera boot up sequence has detected some sort of problem with the lens. Most often, the problem is tied to the lens not moving or not moving *fully* due to grit or sand lodged between 1) moving parts of the lens or 2) between moving parts of the lens and the stationary parts of the camera body itself. When you turn on the camera, does the lens move in and out - like it did before? If not, that is probably the cause. You can 1) send the camera to be repaired by Canon, 2) have a local repair shop attempt to fix it, 3) replace the camera with new - if it is older than a few years as it may not be worth the cost of investing $$ in old technology - or if this option is your plan, 4) attempt repair yourself. You have nothing to lose - you can try to help the lens extend by pulling while it s"boots" up if it is retracted - or pushing in on it if stuck in an extended position. That is the NORMAL test at boot - to extend then fully retract. You may get it to work, abd save the cost of repair or replacement - or you could damage the mechanism even more.

I hope this helps & good luck!

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It doesn't turn on


you may have accidentally put the battery in backwards look at the top off the battery you will see 3 copper connections now look into the camera you will see there are 3 connections in there.. line them up and drop it in until it clicks if you still cant power up you may have to charge it first.

plug the camera into its charger and leave it to charge for 20-30 min remove it from charger and try to get it to boot if it boots great you can put it back on the charger and let it finish if it still wont boot you should take the camera, battery and charger to the store you purchased from they will most likely try a new battery in it if it still wont boot it needs to be returned. I hope this helps

Jul 18, 2009 | Kodak EasyShare C913 Digital Camera

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Installed VX-3000 software on XP SP2 PC. PC


go in system set up and then look for boot device configuration and change the option 'boot other device' to no boot and save and exit

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My Sony DSC T 200 camera takes ages to start up


I found most Sony digital cameras took a little longer time to boot up on the first turn on after replacing battery. You can try turn off, then turn on again, see if it boots up quicker.

May 13, 2009 | Sony Cybershot DSC-T200 Digital Camera

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Camera says its conected, program says its not


Hi, You can try booting your Win98 PC with the camera already connected to the USB. Sometimes 98 has a hardtime detecting if and when a USB device is connected to it when it is already running. By booting with it already connected, 98 at the onset sees it and boots with all the needed support files. Further, by booting with the camera already connected, you can verify if drivers are really needed since 98 will auto detect with "New Hardware Found" message. It might just be that you have to reinstall the drivers all over again. Hope this be of some help to you. Pls post back how things are or should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.

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"BOOT" keeps flashing and won't take pictures


Looks like it has had it. Could try a repair shop, but cost if at all possible would be near the price of a replacement. Some good bargains around of deleted models

May 08, 2007 | Samsung Digimax 210SE Digital Camera

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Boot the camera?


Start-up time for the DiMAGE E201 is approximately 4 seconds in recording mode, and 3 seconds in playback mode.

Sep 19, 2005 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE E201 Digital Camera

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