Question about Casio Exilim EX-Z750 Digital Camera
There's probably a simple solution to this problem but it's driving me crazy. Whenever I take a photo the shot remains on the screen until I press the "Menu" button. All settings appear to be set to normal; I've even turned the "Review" function completely off but it hasn't helped. It's as if the review function freezes the photo on the screen and won't disappear until that button is pressed. It's incredibly annoying and I'm at my wits end - any help someone could provide would be greatly appreciated.
Is there a Reset option available Read the manual If this is not remedied by your action then get onto Casio Technical Support. If this is a young camera it may be replace able by Casio or they may advise you to return it to the seller. If it is an older camera - then it will be new camera time if you find the fault is not livable with
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Press the "Menu" button again if the lockout message remains on the screen.
Use the arrow buttons to navigate through the main menu options.
Highlight the "Settings" or "OSD Menu" option and then hit the Menu key again to access the new list of settings.
Scroll down to the "OSD Lock" heading. Use the arrow keys to change the setting to "No." Hit the Menu key again to return to the main menu. Scroll to the "Exit" setting and then hit the Menu key a final time to exit the menu setting and remove the OSD lockout.
hope this helps
Jun 07, 2012 | HP Computers & Internet
If resetting the OSD doesn't work, then you probably have a physical problem with your Menu button. Sometimes, particularly on older machines, the connections to the circuit board are dirty or failing. Because you have to actually get into the monitor itself, you will probably void any remaining warranty by attempting this fix. If your monitor is still under warranty, contact the manufacturer to see if there is a local repair shop that can help you.
If you want to tackle this issue yourself, grab a screwdriver and take the plunge. Remove the casing on the monitor itself and locate the contact switch for the menu button on the circuit board. Sometimes, just working it with your fingers or a screwdriver is enough to unstick it - you can try to clean off any dust or grime that has accumulated around it to see if that is the cause.
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