I bought this card just over 2 months ago on clearance at Radio Shack and do not have the receipt any longer so I cannot take it back. They said there should be a warranty of at least a year by manufacturer. I do not have the original package it came in either. Just the little plastic case and of course the card. Is there anything you can do for me to get this replaced? My kid had over 90 pictures on it and the card is kaput. I tried several card readers including taking the card to Radio shack and letting them use thier card reader. I am pretty sure I paid around 13 dollars for it.
When this happened to me with a card I brought at Jessops I took in my bank statement [Jessops clearly marked against deduction to prove that I had purchased the card there. They came up trumps and replaced the £29 card with no problems.
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To correct a Memory Card Lock:
one the side of the memory card is a plastic toggle switch, slide it down and up again to reset the switch and then stick it back into your camera.. see if that fixed the problem.
If you close the LCD screen while recording movies, the camcorder stops recording.
The maximum continuous recordable time of movies is about 13 hours.
When a movie file exceeds 2 GB, the next movie file is created automatically.
It will take several seconds until you can start recording after you turn on the camcorder. You cannot
operate your camcorder during this time.
I assume that the full message is "Shutter release is disabled." The causes can be as follows:
1. The memory card is not fully inserted, or locked in place; or the write protect tab on the left edge of the memory card is in the protected position. A full memory card could also cause this problem.
2. You are using an automatic lens equipped with a focusing ring and you have failed to lock the aperture at the highest f-number by sliding the locking tab on the lens.
3. You are using a non-CPU lens, in which case you must rotate the mode dial to "M" and manually set your ISO, shutter speed and f-stop.
4. Your flash is not fully charged.
This question is posted in the digital camera section and I think we are taking about a BlackBerry Phone. If it a phone you are attempting to you that wicked high tech SDHC class 4 memory card in I believe that's the problem. Your phone just doesn't have the software to support that massive card.
It's the phone programing not compatible with the SDHC card. Another thing also is you need to format a memory card in the camera/device you are going to us it in. Formatting the memory card in the computer and then putting it in the camera/device will just cause an eternity of errors.
Did you go into camera options on you BB and make you switched from the BB internal memory to media card?
other then that I'd say the card is beyond the capabilities of the BB
That cord is to connect the camera to a TV so you can use the big screen instead of the little one on the camera.
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo cataloging program, such as Picasa ( http://picasa.google.com ).
Sure it can, but since voltage and frequency of AC varies from that country to USA, an adapter will have to be used that converts the voltage and plug from the UK variety to the USA type. Can buy at Radio Shack or Walmart or Duty Free stores. (Walmart is probably cheaper).
Tough the picture frame states 1000 photos, it really depends on the size of the picture. To resolve this purchase a 2 or 4 gb memory card and download your pictures onto the card. You can insert the card in the slot of the picture frame and then connect to your computer and download your pics from your computer directly onto the memory card.
I just fixed one that I bought at a swap meet. Spent $15 at Radio Shack to fix it & put in Lithium AA's.
My 4i wires broke right at the battery holder so I had the original wires still soldered to the circuit board. I didn't know if this was the only problem so I did a lazy man's fix. I bought a new 4xAA holder at Radio Shack for $2 and realized that it didn't have solder leads but it had a 9volt like contact so I had to buy a 5pk of 9volt connectors w/ wire for another $2. I stripped about 1/4" of insulation off of the broken wires and joined them to the new leads, wrapped them in tape and tested it. -Yippee!
I soon realized that there are some little plastic dividers inside that won't give enough clearance to slip the batteries in the bottom with the new connector.-Boo!
I opened up the case and found a direction to set the batteries in that allows me to close the case without interfering so, since it is going to be a pain to change batteries, I made sure to put in the lithiums ($10 at R.S.) that are suppose to last 800hrs.
Here's what I learned when I opened the case:
• unscrew the two screws from the back, set the receiver face-up on the table (red light facing you, not the screw holes).
• lift off the top cover (so that the antenna & circuit boards stay together). it takes some wiggling but if you do it the other way you run the risk of also breaking the antenna wire.
• I remember that the wires had to be tucked in on the opposite side of the antenna but can't recall if the 9volt contacts were up or down.
• I had extra wire so I threaded them through the hole at the bottom as I closed the case and made sure I didn't get a wire pinched in the seam.
• lastly, I folded the extra wire inside the dead space at the bottom & closed slid the battery door into place
You would be best served if you bought and optical slave trigger or a radio trigger for that camera. If the Novatron unit is old enough, the voltage may be too high to use with the Nikon D40. Once you have a trigger, the camera can be used in the Manual mode like your F3HP. the synch would be 1/60th and you set the camera aperture through the control dial.