The camera locks up after a couple pictures. When you click on the REVIEW button, you get a PROCESSING message and the camera chugs along until the battery dies. Have tried different SD cards and New Batteries.
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I'm sorry that the lens of the Camera is not working and the Camera is displaying "Turn off and ON" message. Please click hear to view the information about the issue. Please click on the sub link on the page to get the instructions to perform the power resetting. If the issue persists after Power resetting, service is required.
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Could be a couple of things. Hopefully, you accidentally configured the camera to not provide an instant review.
To set the instant review time: In Capture mode, Press the menu button use the 4-way controller (up/down arrows) to select [instant review] press the 4-way controller (right arrow) Use the 4-way controller (up/down arrows) to change the display time press the OK button. Press the menu button to return to capture status.
The camera does not take a picture when I press the Shutter button. • Press the Shutter button all the way down. • Make sure you are in Picture Capture. • The memory card or internal memory may be full. Transfer images from the camera to your computer, then format the internal memory or the memory card. Or replace the card with a new one. • The camera may be processing. Wait a few seconds for the camera to finish processing the last image before taking another picture.
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That message is probably because you have not saved any images in the camera's internal memory. Whatever pictures you took are on the SD card. Try taking a couple of pics using the SD card and try the review. If you are able to review, then all is well. If you cannot review, then one of 2 things: 1. Faulty SD card..Replace or format it. 2. Remove the SD card and take a pic. The pic will be saved in the camera's internal memory. If you still cant preview, probably a fault with the camera, and you'll need to service it.
All digital cameras require a few seconds of processing time per picture. During the processing time, the camera is enhancing the image, compressing it as a JPEG image file, and then writing to the flash memory.
The feature for reviewing EXIF file information is built into the Windows XP operating system.
To review EXIF file information:
Right-click a picture file, and then select Properties.
Select the Summary tab, and then click the Advanced button. The Advanced window provides details about the picture file.