Perhaps try resetting the camera. What is the model of your camera? If it is a Sony, then turn off your camera, take out the battery, and hold the power down for a minute. That should reset all the settings and maybe even fix the menu.
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The zoom button is not for browsing the pictures.
Use the 4-way switch to browse the pictures.
It appears that there is something wrong with your SD card. Format the card in the camera before using it again. Make sure you have saved all images to the computer before formatting.
You have a faulty battery. Try cleaning the contacts on both the batteries and the charger.
hello, these units have a very fine zoom switch and can get damaged by a drop or fine sand. the zoom switch sits under the actual button. if you turn the camera on in camera mode and the display is showing the zoom on screen display then you know it is the switch.
I fixed my problem myself. Simply read the top of the camera where it says TO USE SMART ZOOM SET IMAGE SIZE TO LESS THAN 2.8M Then go to the very bottom button on your camera (there are three) and press it and reset your image size.Then your zoom will work. Problem solved.
Pixel Mapping is a feature of the camera to check and adjust the CCD and image processing functions. Press the OK/MENU button and then press the right arrow button to enter the Mode Menu. Press the down arrow button until the SETUP tab is highlighted. Press the right arrow button and then the down arrow button until PIXEL MAPPING is highlighted. Press the right arrow key, which will highlight START. Press the OK/MENU. The back of the camera will display an indicator bar with the word BUSY. Once Pixel Mapping is completed the Mode Menu displays. Press the OK/MENU button to resume normal picture taking. The bright dot should no longer appear in your downloaded images.