Whenever I press my end button it goes to camera mode and whenever I press the camera button it acts like an end button and sometimes brings up my phone volume. Is there any other possible way to take pictures on the LG vu without pressing the camera button? Or is there any way to fix it.
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The auto mode will not necessarily work when there is hand shake , it seems that , it will remove slight hand shakes and blurs , but that's not what it's meant for.
The auto mode is like a sensor to the surroundings and then adjusts the camera exposure and color settings accordingly.
Therefore remember whenever you take pictures , not to move the camera and it's always better to focus an image first by half pressing the button and then when the image is focused and green dot is coming on the screen , you go ahead and press the button fully.
Hope this helps ..:) Your feed back would be appreciated.
This is actually hardware problem.
When u open the lens cover behind,there is a small button which is pressed.The camera works until the button is pressed and goes off when released.you just tightly press your lens cover.or try consulting at service centres..
Hey bls_bls, You could try cleaning the battery contacts, and if that doesn't work you could try a new battery. If your camera still doesn't work I would have it looked at by an authorized service technician. You could bring it to a Geek Squad® precinct in a Best Buy™ store and they should be able to send it to an authorized service center. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
1. Make sure the camera is in shooting mode (silhouette of camera)
2. Press Func/Set button
3. Scroll down to Drive Mode icon (usually single square)
4. Use left/right arrow to select 2-sec or 10-sec delay (clock with 2 or 10 next to it)
5. Press Func/Set button
Now whenever you press the shutter button, the camera will delay 2 or 10 seconds before snapping the picture. Remember to set back to single shot (single square) or continuous shooting (three overlaid squares) mode when done.
When the LCD display is "off" the focus mode is automatically switched to "Single AF" mode (since there is no way for the user to confirm that the proper subject is focused) and unless focus is locked the camera cannot fire.
When the camera is in "Continuous AF" Focus mode the camera will take a picture whenever the shutter release button is pressed, wether or not the subject is in focus.
You can take a photo with the monitor off, but the camera will have to lock focus before it can fire and will not respond as quickly as with the monitor on.