Question about Cannon Cameras
Cannon g12 power shot
Posted by Anonymous on
You may need to adjust the scene mode by turning the knob to scn you may check out the manual through this link http://chriszaluski.com/com220/docs/Canon%20G12%20Handout.pdf turn to page 3
Posted on Aug 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SCN Mode on Canon A560
i have the same problem...BUT... if you move the wheel softly between
SCN and indoor you get SCN =S .... the selector wheel fails, so i think
it's a matter of warranty ×.×
maybe a manufacture defect, i have this camera for less than six months =s
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
SOURCE: scn mode
You need to press the function/set button and click right until you reach the "Stitch Assist" icon. It looks like two overlapping boxs. Once you activate it, take photos, repositioning each shot to align with the last. When you are done, press function/set button again to end the process. After you download your images you will need to use the bundled software, ZoomBrowser, to stitch the images together. The option is in the Tools menu, "Stitch Photos".
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
The self timer is explained in the user manual on page 45. You may download a copy of the user manual from here
the manual has 161 pages, the direction is the 47th page. the title of the page is
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
After some inspecting of the camera it seen the issue lies with the lens, not the camera itself so don't go banging the camera up or you might damage some other part and the camera will be broken for real. Inside the lens is a closer which block the internal system from capturing image. The closer look just like the one you see before turning on your camera but it's smaller and it's inside the lens way in the far back. Look carefully and you'll see it - you will see the closer if your screen is black while in capture mode otherwise you will see a nice round glass (the internal lens for capturing image/video).
Think of if like this, imagine an eyeball with its eyelid close. That's what happened when the screen is black while in capturing mode.
HOW TO FIX IT: In order to fix the black screen while in capture mode and cost as little damage to your camera as possible, simply turn on the camera in either picture or video mode and look inside your lens, there should be a closer in the far back end. Gently hit the lens a few times until you don't see the closer no more and only a round glass and your camera should begins capturing image and video again.
Good luck to you all. And remember don't use anger to force your camera to works or you will regret it.
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Posted on Jun 20, 2009
There is a secondary battery I suppose for memory retension. It is housed where the other batteries and memory card are, the battery is a CR1220. I replaced that battery and things are working well again.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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