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I deketed my images from my camera is there a way to bring the pictures back?

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Can I retrieve pictures back to chip after uploading to computer? I accidently hit delete from chip when I shouldnt

You should be able to. Use your photo-processing software, bring up each image, choose "save as" and save them back on the chip as the destination. There's no particular reason to do this, however, as the photos will not improve in resolution beyond their state on the computer. It's easier just to back them up on a USB drive or external hard drive if you just want "insurance" copies.

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No image on screen while photograpphing

What make and model camera? Can you see the menu on the screen when you bring it up? Can you play back pictures you've already taken?

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How to do a close up shot?

  • If you mean you want to know how to zoom (bring distant things closer): on the back of your camera (on the screen's side), near the top, there will be a couple of buttons marked "T" (meaning Teli: brings closer) and "W" (meaning Wide: covers a wider range) pressing the "T" will bring far images closer.
  • If you are referring to taking pictures of objects very close to the lens: Find the option called "macro focus" (commonly accessed by pressing the "left" key while in normal photo mode) this will let your camera focus at very small distances (about 5cm from the lens)

Apr 25, 2011 | Canon PowerShot SD750 / IXUS 75 Digital...

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When I got home from my grandson's graduation my memory card says memorycard error and the card is full of very precious photos and video but it wont playback

1.) To get back some or all of at least your pictures, you may be able to use an image recovery program on your PC, like those freeware ones listed here:- ........

2.) If you cannot get back the images from your memory card then format it on your camera, or by right clicking its icon in My Computer to bring down the formatting options. Then format it again in your camera.

Dec 11, 2010 | Digital Cameras

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On my Nikon D70s, when I take a picture and see the image previewed briefly on the back LCD, the highlights flash negative image tones(black) in about 1/2 second intervals. This same effect is also present...

There is nothing wrong with your camera. What you are seeing are the blown-out highlights. Those are the portions of your image that have been overexposed so completely that they have lost all detail and will show up as pure white. In most cases the proper fix is to reduce exposure to bring back the detail.

If you simply don't want to see the "blinkies", press up/down on the multiselector repeatedly to cycle through the different views of your images.

May 16, 2010 | Nikon D70s Digital Camera

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Dekete Images Via my PC

Hi I just phoned Panasonic because I am having the same problem. Unfortunately there is no way around this as it is a security 'feature' on the camera. Its to prevent you accidentally deleting all the images when using the camera wizard in windows. So you have to get a card reader or use the buttons on the camera to delete. You;d have thought there would be an option to disable this in the menu! Will

Jun 11, 2009 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS7 Digital Camera

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The picture on my camera has lines going through it.

Tina, it sounds like you are having the same problem as everyone olse that own a t1. I had the same problem with the camera and then it just went blurry on me, the menu works and everything but you can't see the image, I'm trying to see if sony has a solution for this, because it's a really nice camera

Nov 12, 2008 | Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T1 Digital Camera

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My Canon SI/IS Power Shot digital camera is not able to bring up image on normal operating picture modes. It does however still show stored pictures when I change back to images already stored in camera. ...

Definitely sounds like you have a bad CCD. The good news is, this camera is under recall for that exact issue. Canon will repair your camera OR possibly replace it with an S5IS even! Free of charge of course.

From Canon website: "U.S. residents are kindly directed to contact the Canon Customer Support Center for further assistance at 1-800-828-4040".

Explain to them that you have an S1/IS with a bad CCD and are interested in getting it serviced by them.

May 09, 2008 | Digital Cameras

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No image at all

try recording video w/ sound. if you can hear but can't see may be a ccd pbm.

Apr 28, 2007 | Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T1 Digital Camera

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