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Sam's ClubCanon PowerShot SX120 IS 10MP Digital Camera .... 2-sec./10-sec. delay, Custom*, Face Self-Timer** * Shooting start time (0-10 sec. ... 2x-10x), Jump, Auto Rotate, Rotate, Resume, My Category, Transition Effects, Histogram, ..... just because it has a cover, doesn't mean it didn't work open in your pocket, or little fingers ...
If this is occurring in "Auto" as you say, then the particular camera that you have is defective. If a recent purchase, return it for exchange or refund. If that's not possible, call 1-800-OK-CANON for warranty repair. The SX100 IS actually is a VERY nice camera, and this is very uncommon for a Canon camera. Unfortunately, it sounds like you somehow got one that slipped through the cracks.
The Canon A95 has been known for taking noisy and grainy photos. Try using a low ISO setting of 50 or 100 to see if that helps. Using auto ISO or ISO above 100 will put more noise/grain in your photos. Also, always shoot in the best lighting situation possible. The more light the better. You can always improve your photos with good editing software too.
I hope this helps and good luck!
Try to reset the camera to default settings.... go to the menu and look for the reset default on the menu...that should override any accidental settings or mutings and get you back if the microphone is still functioning.. K
Did this for the same problem on the PowerShot A570 IS and it worked wonderfully (thanks to other poster): For the PowerShot A 430: Take out the batteries, then hold down the power button for 30 seconds or more, then reinstall the batteries. Problem solved!
These instructions are for the IXUS 70, even though the category is PowerShot SD500/IXUS 700.
1. Press the down arrow (bottom of main control button)
2. Press the up or down button until you see the icon for continuous shooting, which looks like three squares overlaid on each other.
3. Shoot your pictures. As long as you keep the shutter button depressed, the camera will continue to shoot until the memory card is full.
To return to single frame shooting, follow steps 1. and 2. but select the single square in step 2.