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Re: bubbles in the photos
Hope the problem is not with the sensor. First try cleaning the lens with a clean dry cloth. If you can't get a microfiber cloth, use a clean cotton cloth. If you can still see some smears on the lens, put two drops of lens cleaning solution on the cloth and wipe carefully. If you still find these bubbles, take the camera immediately to an authorized service center.
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The date and time (and a lot more) are stored with every picture in its EXIF metadata. Just about any photo viewing/editing program should be able to display this data. To print this data, please consult the documentation for whatever program you're using to print your pictures. Depending on the program and printer you may print the date on the image, in the margins, or on the back.
performa a software reset via the menu's using the settings on the 'play' setting on the dial
if it doesnt help then
u can buy screen here and get it fixed or u can fix it is a jack mechanism inside the camera no soldering work it is not that much technical inside these devices all things are with jacks and flex cables and grips so u can do it see the link below for replacement screen from ebay and u go repair it if u go to a repair shop or panasonic they will charge u 200 $ for a 200 $ camera so dont attempt it PLS RATE ME FIXYA for help and one thing more u can check the flex cable and the connector of lcd to board may be it has some condesation and re seating might help bcoz ur LCD is not damaged as u told me no impact not broken so it might be a faulty flex cable
Apparently there is a letter after your camera model number. I don't know if thats going to help find the driver for the camera since drivers that are available are very few for digital cameras on their website. There are a few options. You could purchase a new disk from the service center if there available or you could get a memory card reader for your camera. If you need some photo software, Adobe and Kodak has some available for free to download from their website.
After posting on here I took my FX01 to a repair centre and was informed the motherboard had died. They couldn't give a specific reason for this, saying it could be anything relating to humidity, extreme temperatures, static, even just a slight knock, etc. Cost of repair was higher than purchase of a new camera so I grudgingly went for that option. I hope you guys have better luck!
In what mode are you trying to take photos? The flash will not work in certain modes (see the manual), for example the night mode. Or you accidentialy turned on sequential/burst mode (this is mode where camera takes more pictures on one shutter button press). Flash cannot be used in this mode also.
I don't have FX01, but on FZ8 the camera will show flash icon in red, but will take the picture anyway without flash being triggered.
The second problems seems like enabled power-saving mode, but those 5 seconds are too short for this. But anyway you can check in SETUP menu the settings for power-save.
Also maybe the flash is broken and camera noticed it... I don't think this could be a software problem. Either problem with the flash, but more probably just setting of wrong mode.