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Re: What camara to buy
Most all new modern digital cameras have the option of self-timer where you can set the camera to take a photo 10 seconds (or so) after you push the shutter button. Some higher end cameras will take a remote control where you can push a button on a remote control and that will take the photo.
It's pretty much up to how much you are willing to spend on a camera as to how featured it is.
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So you thought you are a camera repair engineer and you failed. Unfortunately because spares can be obtained on the internet, consumers feel able to undertake complicated repairs. One of the benefits of using an authorised repair facility is that they know where the fault is having almost certainly seen it before, and also any swapping out of parts is at their expense.
In the camera menu is an entry for "copy". This gives you the option to copy the internal memory to a memory card.
You do not need to buy Photoshop unless you are an advanced photographer who spends 6 or 7 hours a day editing photos. Besides, it costs over $800. You could try Photoshop Elements...it's only $99. Or, you could try some less expensive or even free photo editing software. It all depends on how serious you want to get into photo editing.
auto you mean timer function? that will take your picture after 3, or 5 or 10 seconds?
to use it go to the menu setting of your camera and search for self timer, auto timer or something similar.
then select a desired time (ie. 5 seconds) and click ok.
then click to take a photo. the timer will start and after 5 seconds the photo will be taken
Actually u are a victim of BAD CCD see this link below
but good news is all brands are doing this free of charge repairs sony,fuji, canon , olympus all, some models have service advisories issuedand some are not noticed as all do not complain so u can get itrepaired free even if u are out of warranty and even if ur camera isnot on service advisory list tell them abt BAD CCD and they willunderstand and take ur repairs free of charge do not accept any chargesfor repairs as it is the manufacturing fault of CCD units tell them uknow about it !
pls dont waste time see the service centre in ur area and email or give them a call see the link below for support in ur area
This function lets you take pictures using the self-timer. Fix the camera securely on a tripod for self-timer shooting. This function is useful for taking pictures when you want to be included in the photograph.
1 Select [ON], and press Z. 2 Press the shutter button fully to take the picture. • Pressing the shutter button halfway locks the focus and exposure. • The self-timer lamp lights for approximately 10 seconds, then starts blinking. After blinking for approximately 2 seconds, the picture is taken. • To stop shooting while in n mode, press the shutter button fully again. • To cancel the self-timer, press Z. • The self-timer mode is automatically canceled after one shot.
Note: • If sequential shooting is attempted in self-timer mode, the camera shoots 5 frames at most regardless of the setting.
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You could bring your camera to any Best Buy™ store to have it serviced under the service plan you purchased for the camera, but if this is a Best Buy™ service plan it does not cover cleanings. I will say that camera cleanings are usually pretty reasonable in price, but make sure it is done by an authorized service technician or you run the risk of voiding any warranty or service plan on the camera. I hope this helps!