Question about Canon PowerShot A400 Digital Camera
LCD and then no images, at first I thought it was from a low battery, but not so...I lost ALL my pix and have no clue why it erase them or how, I had taken pix and was viewing them like I always do, when everything start blinking and the screen went blank and the camera shut off. My camera is not quite a year old. I changed batteries and thought that was the problem , but not so, no lcd, all images were deleted somehow. Now I can take a pic but the shutter speed is whacked and everything on my menu is not normal. I am bummed because Christmas is around the corner
" Green: Metering complete (two beeps sound)
" Orange: Flash will fire
" Blinking Orange: Camera shake warning / Insufficient exposure
" Yellow: Macro Mode / Manual Focus
" Blinking Yellow: Focusing difficulty* (single beep sounds)
* When the indicator blinks yellow, lock the focus before shooting.
The AF frame appears as follows when the LCD monitor is on. " Green: Metering complete
" Yellow: Focusing difficulty (When AiAF is turned on.)
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
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