I went camping over the winter in the moutians in New Mexico. The camera was working fine until the second day I was out there, I woke up and the Camera just wouldn't turn on, I've replaced the batterys and still get no power. Is there anything I can do for it??
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I also have 2 other suggestions that you could try yourself.
- Make sure the olympus software that came with your camera is
installed onto your computer. 1. Install the software. 2. Plug one
end of the camera cord into the computer. 3. Restart your computer.
4. Start up the software. 5. With your camera turned off, plug the
other end of the cord into the camera. 6. Turn the camera ON.
- Purchase a air duster can and try gently spraying all the buttons on your camera to see if it dislodges anything. Its possible a speck of sand is causing a problem somewhere. Sand is a camera's enemy!
See if that works. I really hope you find a solution to your problem!
refurbished items sure have hidden defects/problems that later contributes to malfunction. i think, one of its internal chips(techy things inside) has worn out... probably needs replacement.. i suggest look for a technician.. if you're living in the philippines,it's easy to find someone. you can save your lovely camera and lil money of course.
First, you shouldn't take pictures in the raw mode unless you have the software on your computer that can read it and convert it. Second, the camera appears to be defective...it's new so why not take it back?
Try using a fuel treatment. Sometimes water builds up in the lines and makes it hard for the car to start cuz you can't combust something thats frozen... I'd recommend Lucas Fuel Treatment... either that, or maybe new spark plugs, though if the dealer thought they were fine, I don't think that's the case.
Ho cold waas it out? remember that when its cold out the presswure of the propane tanks are real low and you have to warm them for the pressure to go up. if your by your car then you can place them inside with the heater going till they warm up ofr now worm them up inside first. good luck
You were camping Huh!
In a Tent
My guess Damp
Damp is the death of digital cameras.
Take batteries out.
Find a large poly bag- preferably with a snap lock zip type thing-
Get hold of some of those little sachets of Silica Gel
Or a cloth bag and fill with rice and salt.
This will absortb moisture.
Pull all in the poly bag somewhere gently warmf or a couple of days.
Do Not turn the camera on.