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This question became between camera flashes, you know the things that give a bright light for a short time, when a picture is made.
yes,, when we charge the battery for a longtime. the battery's will automatically decrease, this is the reason the camera is getting turned off by itself, change your battery to make it work well.,, thank you.. plzzz rate me,,,
Hi. It can be a problem with flash capacitor. To check if it is the case you should be able to power your camera at least for 10 seconds. If you can not power your camera for this time from batteries, try to use external DC 7.4V 2A power supply. After powering your camera just follow this procedure. 1. Turn on the camera. 2. Turn off the flash by pressing flash button (be sure that flash is OFF but not in AUTO regime). 3. Turn off the camera. 4. Turn on the camera. If after these operations camera can be powered from batteries and you can make pictures than the problem is in the flash capacitor which should be replaced. Or you still can make pictures with your camera without using a flash.
YOU MIGHT KNOW THAT ELECTRICITY IS FLOWING THROUGHT YOUR BODY...IF YOU COME IN CONTACT WITH THE FLASH WITHOUT DISCHARGING YOUR BODY<TOUCHING METAL THAT IS TOUCHING THE GROUND> THEN THE FLASH MIGHT BURN...THIS MIGHT HAVE HAPPENED.
I have had a HP Photosmart 945 for a few years now. A few days ago was
the first time I saw my camera experience the problem described above.
I thought something is wrong with the on-bard logic.
my batteries (4x2300mAh NiMH AAs) with four other freshly charged
batteries of the same kind didn't fix it. The camera's LCD kept
flashing on and off for almost an hour until my family got tired of it
and turned it off by removing the batteries.
I just replaced the rechargeable batteries with four regular alkaline batteries and now suddenly it works. Go figure.
moral is that changing the batteries sometimes helps. When it works, it
will get your camera going for a while. The problem, however, doesn't
seem to be battery-related or I would have seen it a long time ago with
smaller-capacity batteries like alkaline AAs. Something is very wrong
with the camera itself, that much is clear.
now is that I have an unreliable camera that can give out at any
moment. For example today it died in mid-shot and almost spoiled a
family event. For me the solution was "get a non-HP camera".
probably there's a problem with the bulb of the flash itself and the cam would need to be serviced, contact kodak for that
you can try this too
use lithium/ni-mh> powercycle (remove batt and card)> put back batt> turn to PASM> try fill flash (at the top of the cam, use flash button), flash button at the center part of the screen should be a plain lightnightning bolt, no A beside nor line across it
take a picture
if still no flash - arrange repair with kodak
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