Question about Samsung Digimax U-CA 5 Digital Camera
My camera is not charging, a new battery is in place. also it will not turn off the camera is stuck on unless the power supply is removed and then the zoom lens will not close. please offer some quick advise since i am having a baby soon and i need the camera to take the pictures. Thanks.
Sorry for the trouble you are having. It seems the camera is functioning somewhat with ac cord hooked on. You want to make sure you can take picture with power cord consistently without fail. I worry because you mentioned multiple problems for the camera and it is not good sign that camera is good for the reliability. You may want to borrow a backup camera from a friend just in case. If all symtoms you've decribed is correct, camera need full repair by a technician and maybe beyond economical.
Posted on Mar 17, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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lens retracts fully into the body and is protected by an automatic metal cover - no more lost or dangling lens caps.
The F410 Zoom makes use of the new xD-Picture Card media that is smaller than a postage stamp. Fuji supplies a 16MB card and they are available now up to 256MB. The F410 is powered by a small proprietary lithium rechargeable battery. This battery pack performed well in our use and if the color LCD is used sparingly, I see no problem with the battery delivering enough power for a conservative day's use. As with any camera that uses a proprietary battery pack, it is always a good idea to purchase and carry a charged spare at all times. The included power supply / charger is an auto switch type and operates on 100-240V AC which is convenient when traveling. It charges the battery in 3 hours (or less) while in the camera and also functions as an AC power supply for extended use at home. The battery is also charged any time the camera is placed in the optional camera dock.
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