I just got this camera. When I turn off the power, the display still shows the number of pictures that can still be stored on the CF card. I remove the CF card, and an E shows up, which returns to showing a number when I replace the card. Any ideas?
I'm not sure what exactly your question is but this sounds normal. My D50 does the exact same thing. It displays the number of frames left on the LCD on top of the body when a card is in, and an 'E' when it is not, even when the camera is powered off. The only way to comepetely turn this LCD off is to remove the battery from the camera.
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I'm sorry that the Camera is displaying the error message. "TURN THE POWER OFF AND ON AGAIN" displays on the LCD screen when the Lens Mechanism is stuck or when affected by any malfunction. If turning the power on and off again does not resolve the error message, try doing a power reset. Please follow the below steps to perform a power reset.
·Turn off the camera. ·Remove the battery pack. ·Press and hold the power button for 30 seconds. ·Allow the camera to remain without power for 60 seconds. ·Reinsert the battery pack. ·Turn on the camera.
Also try initializing the Cameraif you're able to access the Menu items on the Camera. The Initialize option will be available underSetup or Main settings Sub Menus. If the issue persists again, service is required. Pleaseclick hearto locate the service center near your area.
Thanks for understanding. Please let me know if your require any clarifications.
The Turn off and on again error message displays when there is an internal malfunction or a malfunction with the Lens. The error message normally displays with the issue with the Lens. Try the following steps to check if the issue can be resolved. Try power resetting the Camera. Turn off the Camera. Remove the battery pack. Press and hold the power button for 15 seconds. Then, allow the Camera to remain without power for 60 seconds. Re-insert the battery pack and check if the Lens retracts. You can also try resetting the Camera back to factory default. To reset the Camera back to factory default, select the INITIALIZE option from the Setup 1 Menu of the Camera to OK. (Menu-->Setup-->Setup 1-->Initialize-->OK.)
This should resolve the issue. If the issue persists, service may be required.
The System Error message displays when the files on the recording media have been copied or deleted repeatedly on a computer. Backup the files on your computer, then format the recording media in the camera to resolve this issue.
Formatting the Memory will erase all the data stored in the Memory Stick.
If the error message displays after formatting the Memory Stick, then try using a different Memory Stick media. Once the Memory Stick is inserted, perform manual power reset of the Camera.
To reset the Camera, turn off the Camera and remove the battery pack.
Then, allow the Camera to remain without power for 30 seconds.
Later, re-insert the Battery pack in the Camera to resolve the issue.
The maximum number of remaining shots that the display can show is 999. If the memory card has space for more than 999 pictures, the number will stay at 999 till less than 999 remain and it will start counting down from there.
Sounds like a repair issue with the image processing chip in the camera. You may want to call Olympus Customer Service to discuss repair options and pricing. Their telephone number is 800-622-6372 option 2 and then option 3
Check one of the Digital Camera Review websites and look up the Kodak 753 camera. Here's the quote from the Kodak website:
The LCD displays the approximate number of pictures (or minutes/seconds of video) remaining. For average SD card capacities, visit www.kodak.com/go/SDcapacities. Actual storage capacity varies depending on subject composition, card size, and other factors. You may be able to store more or fewer pictures and videos. Favorites take up additional space in internal memory. Hope this helps.