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Try to push the ON/OFF button longer or harder. If the problem persist, take the batteries off then put in again into your camera. Picture of battery shows your battery stats full/empty. Picture of flower is indicator that you use "MACRO" mode, this is mode when you have to take a small picture with near range between object and lens while capturing the picture, not suggested for taking daily pictures. If you don't need this function you can turn off the "MACRO" mode, certain camera have dedicated button to adjust it, but see the manual to make sure.
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Most of cameras have a "review" button that looks like playback button on you DVD players and such. You can either delete all pictures in that playback mode or select pictures one at a time. Cameras usually have the DELETE button marked as a trash can symbol. They also ask you to confirm delete, and you will need to mode the cursor to "yes". Alternatively, you can delete images directly from the card. If you computer does not have a card reader, you can buy a USB card reader for under 10 dollars in just about any store that sells electronics.
Hi there if in auto mode youe camera gives you under exposer its mean the camera sensor not working properly. May be its damaged. I suggest you before buying the new flash just check your camera from service center. Thanks.
Try pressing the playback button to turn the camera on. This should turn the camera on just so that you can view any pictures stored on the card or internal memory. You can also access the menu functions this way. Also try pressing the picture/shutter button and see if the lens extends. If the camera shuts off when you press the picture button and the lens does not move or only moves a fraction then the problem is probably to do with the lens
I have had my Olympus FE-210 for about 2 1/2 years just recently it started to display an all black screen after I took pictures and like many of you I would turn it off and back on just to get 1 picture out.
After testing it over and again I may have solved the problem:
First: remove all of the pictures and memory card from the camera
Second: go into the menu and find the reset button it will then display that the camera will return to default(factory setting)
after I did this I was able to take over 35 continuous pictures using every setting and scene setting the camera has
If this doesn't work I would suggest buying a new camera
Hopes this helps!!
This is a common situation with many compact point&shoot cameras. This is because before the camera can take the picture it must focus, meter the light to set the exposure, and more. Bigger, more expensive cameras have more hardware to help eliminate this "shutter lag."
You can anticipate the action. Press the shutter button halfway to focus and meter. Hold the shutter button there until the peak of the action and then press it the rest of the way. This will eliminate much of the shutter lag.
You can order the button from Sony at 1-800-222-7669, but unless you have camera repair expertise I would not try repairing it yourself. I would suggest you shop around for a repair center with a lower repair cost. There are many online that you can mail you camera into, or you could go to your local Best Buy™ store and the Geek Squad® precinct in the store can send it out for service.