Hi. My camera it´s still working and takes the photo but the screen is broken because it felt and I want to know if it can be fixed because the camera still works but the problem is the screen. Please give me a solution!!! Thanks...
Ok, so i got my camera out to bring to school and on the bus, the screen was fine. After my last class I got to my locker to get my books, and my camera. I turned it on to show my buds a pic, and the screen was totally neon white with a black blob on the bottom right hand side. There are 6 cracks, but they're not on the screen. Meaning that the lense isnt broken. Even when I turn it off the marks are still there but not lighted up. If it matters to anyone, my camera is a Kodak C 513. A really nice camera, you just cant see any pictures. (fyi, it still takes pics) HELP ME PLEASE!!!
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If no error code on the LCD screen, then you have either very weak batteries or a bad CCD problem/malfunction. One way to test the batteries is plug in your AC/DC source and try to turn on your camera again and try taking some pictures. Also make sure you have a memory card present in the camera. If it works, then it was the batteries. If it still doesn't work, then its the CCD. Time for repair.
Hi, My Sony digital camera 8.5 mf not taking the picture. When open the flash door. it shows blank screen. While trying to take photo it flashing light is working fine but no photo absorbed image. Any know how to resolve this issue.
The powershot s5 IS does in fact have some strange behaviour issues especially on the first rev firmware. For example if you take 15-20 flash photos consecutively without powering down your camera the flash recycle times will increase to about 15sec, so you'll have to wait about 15sec before you can take another flash photo. The work around is to power down the camera and then turn it back ON. Another strange behaviour is manifested by its inability to lock focus after taking a "no-flash" photo, then popping up the flash and trying to take a flash photo. Again the work-around is to power down the camera, pop-up the flash and then power it back up. Confirmed these behaviours in two other cameras of the same model.
It sounds very much like it, press the ask me button and send me a message and if you can send me a clear picture of the screen I can tell you.
Usually returning a camera for a new screen is a bit expensive, you may be able to get the part from the manufacture but its often cheaper to get a faulty camera off ebay and swap the screen yourself or find someone who can..
As to weather its worth it it depends on what the camera is....
oh, i know what you felt, however i can give suggestion that might help you with. your cam can be fixed by specialist/ technician for cameras. I suggest that you should go to registered repair shop or to the store where you bought that camera they will fix it for you. Good Luck.
It can be fixed, but I would be willing to bet that you would rather put the amount of money toward a new digital camera. They are extremely inexpensive, especially for Christmas this year. Splurge and get a second, new camera for yourself, and give the old broken screen one to someone who doesn't have a digital camera.
Good luck, and Merry Christmas!