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Sony AC LS5K - power adapter Product Type: Power adapter Dimensions
(WxDxH): 4.8 cm x 8.1 cm x 2.9 cm Weight: 0.1 kg Voltage
Required: AC 100-240 V ( 50/60 Hz ) Voltage Provided:
Kodak has 3 types of charger that can be connected to a wall socket USB AC Adapter - is especially useful when traveling, away from your computer, or just plain on-the-go. Connect your camera's USB cable to the adapter and plug it into a wall outlet to conveniently charge your camera. 5V AC Adapter - Provides in-camera charging for all KODAK EASYSHARE M and V Series Digital Cameras Input: AC 100-240 V 50/60 Hz Output : DC 5.0 V 3V AC Adapter - Provides direct power to your camera but it will not charge the camera battery Input: AC 100-240 V 50/60 Hz Output : DC 3.0 V
* You need to check the type of adapter your using. If your using the 5V AC adapter or USB adapter and the camera won't charge the battery contact kodak support line 1 800 235 6325 (23KODAK) for possible repair.
DSX-1 interface. Pinouts for each of the RJ-48C jacks are RCV to the DSX-1 from the span on pins 1 and 2, .... DSX-1 Drop. RJ-48 C, terminal blocks. Power Supply Options ... HiGAINMINI SHELF. INPUT: WITH PS 100/120 VAC. 1.0A 50/60 Hz
have you tried changing the camera's settings back to default?
in the camera's menu, find 'reset settings' or 'factory settings' or something like that to reset the camera settings.. you might have messed with some settings, otherwise it may be hardware failure, may be the LCD of your camera.. hope not so.. lol
1.first switch off the camera 2.then take out the battery 3.clean the inside with a dry and clean cloth 4.again switch on the battery 5.try to select the white balance option again 6.if not,do the process again it will surely work
If there is no option of voltage change you need to buy a new one for us. because the US use 110/60 HZ and UK use 220/50Hz. S the problem not only the different voltage it is also the problem of Freequency(50Hz & 60Hz).
If this is true, then why does the manual for my new PowerShot SD1100 IS say, "Do not connect compact power adapters or battery chargers to devices such as electrical transformers for foreign travel because it may lead to malfunctions, excessive heat generation, fire, electric shock or injury."
Is this just a standard disclaimer in case something weird happens by using a transformer to charge the battery?
Yes. The power supplies and battery chargers supplied with all Powershot Digital Cameras are designed to work on input voltages from 100-240 volts (50/60 Hz). The only item that you may need is a plug adapter that allows you to plug the U.S. type power supply or battery charger into the foreign type wall outlet. Plug adapters should be easily available at a local electronics store.