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Could some one please tell me what the colour of each wire, I connected up a single panasonic unit, got power but no sound

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Rain bird rc 1260bi how do you hook up two 1260bi with one master valve

While it may burn out the RC-1260bi or master valve, you can attempt to wire the master valve in parallel with the two controllers. Wire the two white/org wires to one lead on the valve and the two white wires to the other lead. This way when either control calls for water, the valve should open.
The issues are:
-- if the switch on the "idle" controller can backfeed (read: fried circuit board).
-- if the controllers are on separate power supplies and the master valve receives two 24v sources burning out the solenoid in the master valve.

The proper way is to connect the controller wires to a Relay and then the relay controls the actual flow of power to the master valve or get

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DMC-TZ2 cannot change the date please

From the Setup menu, select "Clock Set." See page 16 of this manual:

Jul 12, 2013 | 35mm SLR Cameras

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Shutter release button on my F3 is stuck (locked) and shutter speed is locked at 1/60. Works fine when camera is attached to a motor drive, but not otherwise.

When the batteries in an F3 die, though the film can still be advanced, the photographer is limited to a single mechanical shutter speed of approximately 1/60 second. It is tripped by a secondary fully mechanical shutter release. Works fine when camera is attached to a motor drive because it uses the drivers power...Pls replace the batteries as one of the following is okay.....
  • Battery: Choice of one 3V lithium battery CR-1/3N type,,
  • two 1.55V silver-oxide batteries SR-44 type, or
  • two 1.5V alkaline batteries LR-44 type
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Jun 23, 2011 | Nikon F3 35mm Film Camera

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Best film for Vivitar V3800N 35mm camera

With modern film technology, use whichever one you wish, they're all good.

The differences between brands (even supermarket/drugstore own brands) is largely one of personal preference: some provide more vivid colours which suit certain subjects but to some they look unrealistic, others have a more subdued colour but to some they look too dull. In practice you probably won't notice the difference as the final colours depend upon which company processes the film and prints the photos, the machines they use, the brand of photo paper, the individual human operator, and whether for economy reasons they've stretched the life of their processing chemicals longer than recommended.

What make a bigger difference is film speed. Slower speeds (lower ISO numbers) give finer image resolution but need longer exposures, faster films (higher ISO) allow faster shutter speeds or smaller aperture settings (or both) but give a less detailed image. But it's true that a modern ISO400 film isn't much worse than the ISO100 films were back in the early 1970's. Given the modest maximum aperture of the lens you have I'd recommend that you avoid using IS0100 film unless you know that you'll be shooting the roll in bright lighting conditions. ISO200 is your best all-rounder unless you have longer telephoto lenses in which case you'll find that ISO400 is a better choice.

You can also save a lot of money if you buy out of date film: if it's been stored in cool conditions it's usually good for at least a year after the expiry date, but if you wish to use slide (a.k.a. transparency) film then it's best to reduce that to no more than six months.

The biggest difference to image quality is you and your understanding of how to use the camera, and the single best investment you'll make will be a tripod and shutter release cable: used together you can eliminate camera shake and ensure that your photos are as sharp as possible. Even a small bean bag can be used instead of a tripod if there's something to rest it on.

In short, you'll only find "your" best film by using lots of it, regularly, and experimenting to find a good photo lab and then sticking with it for as long as they do a good job.

Good luck, and I hope that I've helped you. Please feel free to ask me for further clarification if anything I've written is not clear enough, and when you're happy with my answer please take a moment to rate my reply.

Apr 30, 2010 | Vivitar V3800N 35mm SLR Camera

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Problem transfering photos from canon t1i

Your card reader may not be the correct generation to read that 8gb card. Also if you use an AC power supply the camera may like it better since it may calculate that it doesn't have enough power to download that large of a card. I cannot tell for sure since the Canon rebel Ti is a film camera not a digital.

Apr 22, 2010 | Canon EOS Rebel Ti / 300V 35mm SLR Camera

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Does not have a flash shoe but has a red M snd a

The M is for flashbulbs, the X is for electronic flash. Sorry, but it won't sync with flash powder :-)

I don't see a manual for the FT, but I found manuals for the FTN and the FT2 at

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I have a canon slr camera and wish to display the pictures on my tv. i connect the appropriate cords, turn camera on but nothing happens. what are the right steps involved?

Assuming that you've connected the colour-coded leads correctly to the matching tv input sockets then you just need to use the tv remote to select the correct AV input and ensure that you switch the camera on. If you don't know how to to this then check the instruction book for your tv remote.

Note that you should make/remove the cable connections when the camera is turned off.

If this has helped then please return the favour by rating my answer, if not then please add a comment with the exact make and model of tv (and remote control if it's not the original one) and I'll do my best to provide further help.

Oct 14, 2009 | Canon EOS-AE-1 35mm SLR Camera

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What battery and where does it go for 35mm single lens reflex slr

Your camera uses 2 x CR123 batteries; they fit in a chamber on the underside of the camera beneath the right hand grip.

The camera is an autofocus fixed lens SLR and batteries are essential.

You can view a .pdf manual at the web address below: it's for an IS-20dlx but it's the same camera as the IS-200. Your model had different names depending upon where in the world it was sold. I recommend that you save the manual to your pc as there's no guarantee how long these resources will remain online for.

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Sep 06, 2009 | Olympus IS200 SLR ZOOM SINGLE REFLEX...

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How do i take photos indoors/ what settings do i use?


well first how far away from the stage will you be?
will you be using available light or a flash unit?
shutter speed and f-stop depend on the light source and film speed. (iso )
the faster the film the less you have to use flash, the lower the f-stop the less depth of field you have, the kind of flash is important, most flash units are good for only around 20 ft.
i would use a high speed film and not use flash. flash will kill any colored lights. try to keep the f-stop at least f/8 and the shutter speed no less than 1/60 sec. have fun.

Dec 13, 2008 | Nikon F60 35mm SLR Camera

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Canon AE-1 with Program

Have you change with a new battery?

Or check the battery with a DVM(digital volt meter).

Or get some batteries and connect in series to equal to that voltage and use two wire leads. One lead to -negative side of the battery, other lead to +positive. Now, -neg to neg of camera and +pos to pos of camera.

You now have power to the camera to test. This will save money rather than buying the camera's battery for testing. AA, C or D will work, just look on the camera's battery to see the right voltage.

Examples: with two batteries (1.5VDC + 1.5VDC = 3..0VDC). So -(negative) of one battery to + (positive) of the second battery with solder.

-(-neg, battery, pos+) solder to -(neg, 2nd battery, pos+)+

left side , use black wire on -(Neg) and solder
right side, use red wire on +(Pos) and solder.

Now you have two leads, use those to connect to camera.

Do you get data from viewfinder?

Dec 10, 2007 | Canon EOS-AE-1 35mm SLR Camera

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