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Jpeg vc0706 does not take a picture with arduino uno and has no return values ?

The camera writes the SD card with an empty frame and no picture data and the completely shuts off.

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Please help my 550d will not write images, the shutter releases, then the camera gets stuck in writing phase, the sd card is new and works on all the other cameras

The 550d is an 18mP camera which means that the files are going to be large especially if the camera is set to save in an uncompressed format, so I would suggest:-
  • Double check save setting is "jpg", or "jpeg" file type
  • Double check SD card size is adequate
  • Double check that the grade of the SC card is SDXC to ensure fastest save time.
  • If all else fails try reformatting the SD card using the camera's format command as some will only work with cards they have formatted.
  • Is the camera fairly new (ie within warranty)? If so return to the Vendor and enlist his help, or contact Canon direct.

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Arduino r3 keeps losing com setting

First remove any installed arduino IDE
If windows XP/7/8 system go to:
start>control panel > Programs and Features -
Select Arduino and uninstall it

Download the IDE from the arduino official site:

Next install it

Third connect you arduino to the PC
Open Arduino IDE
Select the port and check if it is conneted.
If not you need to update/install the USB driver for arduino, follow further instruction from here:

If you arduino is a clone install the clone driver as shown here:

Hope it helps

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How to connect RC Helicopter 3CH to arduino UNO R#

sorry to say that i also new in RC hobby. and i can't help you to finding the salutation of your problem.i think there will be a lot of videos on YouTube related to this problem. or i think this will help you.

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I can not put memory card inside the camera, this card is ritzpix 2GB. Can u please tell me what can be the problem?thank you

Your problem is that you are not using a suitable memory card for the D90. 2Gb SD cards have read/write speeds that are much too slow to work with quality DSLR's. Let me explain. When you take a picture with the D90, the data generated first goes into a small capacity buffer memory. The purpose of the buffer is to act as a conduit to your SD memory card and retain picture data until all of the data is safely written to the SD card. If your SD card can accept data as quickly as the buffer can pass it to the SD card, there is no problem. But, If the SD card is not capable of accepting the data quickly enough, the buffer will start to fill up since data is coming in faster than it is going out. If you take pictures in quick succession with a slow SD card or if you shoot video with a slow SD card, the buffer will overflow; i.e., fill to its capacity and become incapable of accepting more data until its capacity returns as the SD card accepts the data. During that time, the camera will prevent you from taking any more still photographs. You will push the shutter release and nothing will happen. If you are shooting video, the camera will continue to work, but the sound will loose sync with the picture.

For your D90 to function properly under all conditions, you must have an SDHC card that is rated at 45Mbs or faster. When I first bought my D90 several years back, 35Mbs was the fastest card made and I had the problems I described to you above. When Sandisk brought out the Sandisk Pro card with a 45Mbs speed my problems melted away. I should also ad that 2Gb is much too low of a capacity for the D90. It will fill up very quickly if you shoot Raw or fine quality jpeg files. You need a minimum of 8Gb.

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My nikon D40 will take take take pics then all of a sudden it wont take and I have to stop turn it off then turn it back on and it will take.... It's like I am taking too many pictures is that possible? I...

The guy at wolfe is sort of correct, but missed just enough of the truth to convince you to buy a high performance memory card.

There are several speeds of SD and CF cards as well as for the devices (your camera) that read & write those cards. If your camera was built for the original (slowest) speed, then it doesn't matter how fast the card is, the camera can only provide the data to the card at the slow rate. The D40 came out c.a. 2006 and supports SDHC. If your old card was simply SD, then upgrading to SDHC should help.

HOWEVER, the camera is still capable of taking pictures faster than it can write to the card. It buffers the image data in RAM, but when that buffer is full, it stops taking pictures.

You shouldn't need to turn the camera off & on...just wait a few seconds and you should be able to shoot again. You don't have to buy a new camera, just be aware of its limitations.

If shooting in jpeg and using an sdhc card, the camera specifications indicate the number of shots before filling the buffer is unlimited. BUT if shooting in RAW mode, the number is 9. Try shooting in jpeg unless you really need the abilty to tweak the RAW images. Chances are, if you're shooting fast, jpeg images should work for you.

Mar 10, 2011 | Nikon D40x Digital Camera

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Canon 1000 D shows busy when i continuous take a shot of any incidents

Take a look at your file settings. If your shooting RAW, or RAW and JPEG you cannot record as fast as just shooting JPEGS. This means you may have to "wait" until the camera writes all the data to the card.

Also, look at the writing "Speed" of your SD card. If you have a inexpensive memory storage card it may have a much sower write time than others. Really doe make a difference.


Mike "O"

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How many pictures can I put on a DP700WD Photo Frame ?

Good day,

I looked at the specs of the photo frame and it looks like it does not have an internal memory.
This would mean that you must buy a additional SD Card to put your photos on to display on the frame. The number of photos you can display thus depends on the size of the SD Card.

The number of photos that can fit on a SD card is also dependent on the quality of the photos. A good refference woud be the following:
4Gb SD card can hold about 1100 photos at 8 Megapixel quality.

Hope this clarifies your question.

Kind regards

Nov 29, 2010 | Cameras

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My canon xsi digital camera is not functioning the way it should.

This is normal for an XSi. What might be causing this:
-Picture setting producing huge picture files (RAW vs JPEG) -SD card not of same class, try using a faster card, such as a Class 6 or 10

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How can I put pictures on to a sd card via a reader writer

If you convert them to JPEG then you will be able to store alot more, The newer the camera the bigger the picture size.

To do this, simply open the picture in Paint, and Press save and save the file type as JPEG and over write the file

hope this helps

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