Iam having problems trying to look at the pictures I have taken
I think there should be a CD with all the how to do things on the Z8612 camera. On the back of camera - show how all the bottons work. Show trouble shooting problems, show how the person would correct them.
This is my lst easyshare and I think Iam over my head in how to problems. Is there somewhere I could go and get help - hands on with my problems with the camera.
Re: Iam having problems trying to look at the pictures I...
RTFM! Your camera came with a manual and probably a CD when it left Kodak's warehouse. You can download a PDF file of the manual and probably a copy of the CD from Kodak's website. Their manuals are very good and assume that you have little or no photographic knowledge, but they also don't show you how to become a professional photographer overnight. But they WILL show you how to use the controls!
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It takes a few seconds for this camera to save the picture. I thought it was odd at first, but you get used to it. It really depends on which type of picture you're taking, the flash, and if you have the timer set. But, there really is no problem unless you're waiting for over a minute.
This is an 8.2gig camera so pictures right out of the camera are to big in file size to e-mail. A lot has to depending on where you have the quality set on the camera. Are the pictures you want to sent already taken or is this something that you are going to shoot then send. If the pictures have already been taken you need some type of imaging program to reduce the size of the file. Most common (photo industry standard is Photoshop) saying that most computer programing today has some type of image programing but life would be so much easier if you had the image software loaded that came with the camera. Mac or PC today's e-mail can handle an image that is 680 pixels on the long side at 72 dpi High speed sending and receiving can handle 1200 on the long side at 72dpi. Okay going forward if the pictures have not been made yet you can "de-tune" your camera to produce an image right out of the camera at 1280x960 through the image quality set up in camera.
problem is in memory card...i think. try with cleaning memory card contacts. use pure alcohol and small piece of cotton to clean dust or other dirt. if this not help, try some card reader to transfer images from camera to PC. try also with some other camera. it's possible memory card is damaged and you can't do nothing. try reinstall nikon software on your PC.