There is also a lot of talk online that this model has an issue with its optical assembly. It seems there is also a chance Canon will replace the optical assembly free of charge if you really push on them. It is a commonly mentioned problem online.
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the camera is supposed to do this HMM try to put it in MACRO mode or super macro or whatever take a picture the camera should focus and then take AN AMAZING picture if its in normal mode try to switch the picture to fine please leave a testimony if this helped you
Hello Actually you do have to select a program for working with photographs such as Photoshop, or Adobe Elements, maybe Microsoft Paint or Picasa maybe. Then your scanner will scan and the pictures will be saved and they'll be opened in the photo program you have chosen afterwards.
is a common problem. Check the previous images saved. If even the saved
images/video's looked blurred, this confirms defective LCD screen. If
saved images are fine, then this is highly suggestive of faulty CCD
If that is LCD screen, it could be an expensive deal to
get it replaced as compared to the cost of the product. However, if it
is CCD sensor, you could contact Sony and see, if there is any recall
for it as in the past, there were certain recalls due to CCD sensor.However, as this is pretty new and under warranty, get it replaced/repaired ASAP.
This is a common problem. Check the previous images saved. If even the saved images/video's looked green, this confirms defective LCD screen. If saved images are fine, then this is highly suggestive of faulty CCD sensor.
If that is LCD screen, it could be an expensive deal to get it replaced as compared to the cost of the product. However, if it is CCD sensor, you could contact Kodak and see, if there is any recall for it as in the past, there were certain recalls due to CCD sensor.
Your camera might be using the internal memory in saving those pictures.
You can press the Review button and press the left and right arrow to view the previous, next picture or video. You need to press the Delete button in each of them that you wan to delete. You might want to transfer your pictures and videos on the computer first before deleting them.
Then to set the memory card for the camera to save those images instead of the internal memory, just press Menu, then press either up or down button until you see Image Storage. Choose Auto; this option chooses the memory card if it is inserted on the camera.
Believe that you accidentally pressed the DISP button on the bottom back row of your camera. This manually turns the display on and off as desired to save batteries. Press the button once more to turn it back on.
Sounds as if the memory card may be corrupted. In order to remove the write protect, make sure you have downloaded and saved all of the images from the memory card to your computer and then having the card in the camera you will need to run the format option and this will permanently remove the write protect as well as all of the images from the card.
The card should be able to be used again after the write protect is removed.
When you recieve a "Card Error" or "Card Not Initialized" message, this indicates that your memory may be temporarily corrupted. This can be due to not formatting your memory card on a consistent basis. Most consumers will use the "delete all" feature and continue to take pictures. By doing this, the file format of the card may become unstable.
We recommend formatting your memory card in your camera after saving the images from your previous shooting session. Once a memory card is formatted, the images will not be recoverable.
Yes. When displayed, an uncompressed (TIFF) digital image is clearer and higher quality than a compressed (JPEG) image. You should remember, however, that it takes longer to save an uncompressed image, which means that the recording interval between images is longer.
Recording Interval with JPEG Format (Compressed):?2 seconds (3072 x 2304, Normal)
Recording Interval with TIFF Format (Uncompressed):?65 seconds (3072 x 2304, TIFF)
• In the TIFF Mode, you cannot record until the save operation of the previous shot is complete.
• The above times are based on save operations using a Panasonic 64MB SD memory card.
• The above times are approximate and for reference only. They are not guaranteed.
• The actual time required to store images depends on shooting conditions and the memory card you are using.