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Picture delay on power up. Goes through several power cycles before picture is displayed on screen.


U have tools like a soldering iron,desoldering pump or a roll of desoldering braids,a roll of solders?U know basic electronic and also basic soldering?Yes,take the tv aparts.Check the power supply baord for dying soon to be dead parts call capacitors.That the board,that where the power a/c cord plug into it.These dying capacitors soon to dead on the power supply board are alway bulges up or puffing up on it tops.Replaced these dying capacitors,will solved ur tv delaying power on to the tv.Or tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a whole refurbish power supply board for the replacement.

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Can't get the delay off when I take a picture


on all mew cameras there is a delay of about a second...when you take a picture ..but if you are talking about the actual delay u use when you want to get a picture and the camera to shoot by itself after a few seconds..just browse in the menu . and anulate ...or just try to remove the batteries ..it should reset to the defaults factory settings if it stay without any power source

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are you using mirror lock-up or live-view feature?

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How to get pictures


go to a store that has the machine where you can order a CD of your pictures rather than getting prints. Walgreens, Walmart, etc...

Its a good idea to buy a card reader for your type of card so you dont have to use up battery power while uploading photos to your computer. It saves a lot in batteries.

As for your battery, if you have rechargeables, you should always keep spares and only recharge when battery completely dies, dont charge just because you used it, only when it dies....this will prolong the life of your battery/batteries.

Julie

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Check the anti-shake setting and turn it off to see if that is a problem. Batteries can affect that mode as well.

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Pictures taking too long, and a lightning bolt symbol appears


Hi, Could you please tell us what camera model this is?
I believe you replaced with new fully charged batteries.
Try changing the memory card. Old defective memory card will delay between shots.
If it still doesnt work, try updating the firmware of the camera.
Hope it helps...
regards,

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When I depress shutter button camera dies and white light in front blinks


I accidentally had the timer (delay) turned on. Should have figured it out quicker - but what the heck - I'm taking pictures again. Plus I know how to use the timer now.

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Delay in taking pictures


Shutter release button has two positions. Auto focus function activate first when u press butten halfway(u can see a focus indicator icon with beep sound).Now if u press it some more, camera will take snap at earliest .So pl confirm the subject to be focused by keeping the button half way pressed then press it some more at the right moment.Also cancel the red eye reduction function when u r using flash because it creates more delay .

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Shutter delay


If you have installed optional expanded memory, you may notice a delay between the time you press the shutter button and when the camera beeps. You can reduce this delay by pressing the button down halfway, holding it as long as necessary, and then pressing it down the rest of the way when you are ready to take the picture. The reason for this two-step shutter is to save battery power. After a picture is taken, compressed, and written to memory, the Sparc CPU shuts down to save the battery's power. When the shutter button is pressed halfway, the Sparc wakes up and stays in the ready state until the user presses the shutter button the rest of the way. Besides the delay in waking the Sparc, there is a variable delay which occurs prior to the Sparc being in the ready state. This delay is dependent on the amount of free flash memory.

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