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Vivicam 5195 wont turn on

My vivitar vivicam 5195 wont turn on, Nothing happens at all. Not even a light flashes, I've put new batterys in and still nothing happens can you help me please

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SOURCE: VIVICAM 5195 VIVTAR CAMERA DRIVER

http://www.vivitarasia.com has a driver for a 5190 dont know if it'll work but i'm gonna give it a try. they got better driver support than the other vivitar sites

Posted on Feb 04, 2008

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SOURCE: vivicam 5195

click this link : http://www.vivitar.com/en-us/Support.aspx and then ENTER MODEL OF UNIT , click save and download your installation program , hope this helps , please RATE this solution , thanks again..

Posted on Apr 22, 2008

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SOURCE: VIVICAM 5195 VIVTAR CAMERA DRIVER

Vivicam 5195 camera drivers download

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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SOURCE: Need a new battery for Vivitar Vivicam 8300S Digital Camera

I bought a replacement battery for my Vivtar 8300s today at Batteries Plus. If there isn't one near you, go to their website: www.batteriesplus.com Cost was $17.95; they may have to order it from their supplier in New York, but the battery is in their product list. It's Empire model BLI-315.

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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SOURCE: vivitar vivicam 8010 cant get flash to work

Hi There is a switch on the end of the camera if you move it to the little mountain logo the flash should work fine (obviously press the flash on button ). if the flash is too bright change the ev setting to -1 and give it a go . if it's still a little bright change the ev setting lower until you happy.

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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SOURCE: how to use flash on a vivitar vivicam 8690

Look on the Mode Dial find a small icon looks like a camera, rotate the Mode Dial to select.Toggle the flash settings. Look on the Mode Dial and find a small icon that looks like a camera, then rotate the Mode Dial to select this setting. This will help. Thanks please keep updated. please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya

Posted on Mar 17, 2010

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