The little switch on the top right hand side that switches the camera from view mode to camera mode broke off and I can't find it. If I look inside the remaining hole there is a little (tiny) lever thing. I tried to move it but no luck. Anyone know how much this should cost to fix? Ritz Camera is already trying to sell me a new one. I'm so mad at myself!
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Re: stuck in camera mode, little switch fell off.
Has anyone tried a hard reset on their camera by removing the main
power batteries for 60 seconds and the reinserting them as if it were
the first time power up. This may not fix your particular problem, but
when the processor that runs all of the electronic features of the
camera gets confused, this is the best way to clear its confusion.
page number 114 of your manual. tell me if this works
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CD stuck in player. Unplug. Remove lid, small black screws on side and along the top of the back. Fiddle with latch on left side near front that controls the door. Once latch is released, open door and remove all CD's. Make sure 2 CD's are not **** in player. Move CD cage carefully. It should run smoothly along. If not it is locked in 'switched off mode' or CD is stuck half in and half out. If CD stuck fish CD out carefully. Plug back in without any CD's in. System should run back and forward and then lock at left hand end. Put lid on and try one CD in one slot.
Your Probleum is Sometimes occer when camera is put in pocket and press som keys then first on camera they shoot photo.you put to little pushing with the help of hands and then turn up and down you see your camera would worked again.
The three position switch for play,camera,video has likely broken. The plastic switch on the outside has a small contact plate held to the back of the switch on the inside with one small screw. I do have a replacement on hand if you are interested.
I just fixed my daughters camera with this problem. First go to the capture mode and see if the reason you are in review mode is because the camera thinks it is docked. If so, look at the dock port on the bottom of the camera. ( May need to magnify it to see in there ) Look for any green corrosion between the contacts. Her's has this corossion between two pairs of the contacts. I took a jewelers screw driver and scraped out the corrosion and then blew canned air in there to remove it. Turned it on and now it works fine. I have a feeling that the battery compartment is venting through this port and the small amount of acid vapor produced as the batteries discharge is causing the contacts to get this corrosion.
1) turn the mode switch/knob on the left of the camera to M ( manual mode )
2) turn your lens to the highest f-stop ( 22 or 16 depending on your lens )
3) in front of shutter release button you have control for your aperture : turn until the desired aperture is displayed ( view finder or the LCD monitor on the top )
4) your shutter speed setting is controlled with your thumb with the control situated next to the strap lug on the right hand side of the camera.
5) press shutter release half way and look through viewfinder and see light meter reading and adjust either shutter speeds or the aperture as explained being guided by the l.meter.
There is a slide switch on the back of the camera, near the top right corner of the LCD screen.
You apparently have it setting on the icon that looks like a triangle. Slide it up to the icon that looks like a camera.