My camera has the same problem. How could Kodak get away with that? Kodak V530 is a piece of garbage. I called Kodak's customer service. They offered repair for only $110. It is ridiculous, why we have to pay for manufactured defect? Take a look at the Kodak V530 on eBay. There are a lot of defective V530 up for sale. The government should review this E45 error lens issue, and have them take care of that. Or we should never buy Kodak again!!!!
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Follow these steps: 1. select your pictures 2. import pictures in Pinnacle. Go on EDIT > click on CAMERA button and access your photos with FOLDER option. 3. double-click each photo to be able to see the TOOLBOX. There is an option called PAN AND ZOOM; you can drag the slider to go through different ZOOM + or ZOOM - levels. With this option (PAN AND ZOOM) you can create animated slide shows if you will CHECK the "Animate start to end" option.
I'm a Zoom 9000 owner (since '93, I think) Did you try batteries only? Are you plugging the guitar into the "in / power" jack and not mistakenly using another jack? When you plug in the guitar, in to the Zoom 9000 does the window come on with the settings shown? Sorry, I know some of these are obvious but always the chance of us being human. If all that seems fine, then I would read though a manual to see if maybe it is a setting problem, i.e., sound somehow got inadvertently turned off. If you don't have one, an internet search will lead you to one. Sorry, wish I knew more.
if you take pictures on digital zoom, the picture quality may not be acceptable. Try don’t use digital zoom.
digital zoom is not really zoom, it just enlarge a portion of the image, thus 'simulating' optical zoom. That is why you lose image quality on digital zoom.
Try the aspect ratio. Some aspect ratios have an auto-zoom function where it automatically goes in about 50%, cutting out around 1/4 of the edges (or, if you're watching 4:3, maybe even up to 1/3...although I'm not sure of that).
ok to Delete a picture when your looking at the picture click the center button then a bar comes across the bottom. the first one on the bar is Delete, click center again then to delete ONE click down to delete ALL click up. same with videos. and to zoom in there are 2 buttons joins with T & W on them. T is zoom in and W is zoom out :D
Digital Zoom is best ignored in any camera it simply blows up a section of an image already taken, You can do that far better with an image editor in the computer.
As for the Optical Zoom - it does indeed seem to be repair time- As it is only a year and half old- may be Canin will be sympathetic and offer a cheap swap out.