Question about Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 Digital Camera
Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ3 was given to me with a broken LCD screen is it worth having it repaired. Camera does work,No LCD Screen fuction.I reailze without the LCD Screen you are unable to view any functions.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Like mem card problems. Try another in the camera, try reading card on a computer via a usb port card reader. Try reformating card using camera FORMAT function.
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
First Bob, I believe there is a menu setting that allows you to disable picture/movie deletes as long as it is enabled. Check this out regarding "this picture cannot be deleted" problem.
Second, assuming your screen is ok since you can read a message from it, I would try FORMATing your memory card, after downloading your pics/movs to your computer from the camera. Note to view MOVies from your camera on your computer, Windows Media Player will not play them. You must download Apple's QuickTime Movie Viewer to view .mov file format from panasonic cameras, or use a view that came with the camera on CD.
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
I don't have a solution to the first part of your dilemma (why it won't playback) but I do have a solution for deleting the file. On your camera are "hidden" file folders. When you connect your camera to your computer, you probably only see two folders (that's all I see for my DMC-LZ8). But there are more, and your undeletable picture/video is in one of these folders. Find the folder and you'll find the file. Delete it from your camera using the computer to do the command. Problem solved. Okay, so how do you find the hidden folders? I have a Mac, so my process was this: 1) Connect camera to computer; 2) Select/open camera icon (looks like "volume disk"); 3) From top Finder bar, select File then Find; 4) Select the camera volume to limit your search to the camera (not HD or other external hard drives you may have connected to your computer); 5) Select "Kind" and in the next dropdown button "Folders". Voila. Happy searching. My hidden "undeletable" video files were in a folder called "100_PANA". I selected them then moved them to the Trash. Be sure to eject your camera properly (don't just turn it off or disconnect it).
Good luck. I hope this helps.
PS - My theory is that this occurred after an upload to my computer got unexpectedly disconnected before everything finished loading or else the camera got disconnected from the computer incorrectly even if the upload had already finished (see above comment to eject camera properly). In either case, the blank/black screen, unviewable but "there" on the camera taking up memory photos/videos problem happened to me, too. The above actions resolved it for me.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
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