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Means that it will sense / detect if you are on AC power or battery power.

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The power does not
turn on.
The ViviCam 6300
suddenly powers down.
The image is not
captured when the
shutter button is
pressed.
The flash does not fire.
Continuous shooting
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adapter.
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battery.
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, Tv , Av or M.
*
Transfer the desired files to your
computer and then delete unnecessary
files, or use a different memory card.
* Select a different flash mode.
* Select [Single] in the capture mode .
* Insert a new SD memory card.
* Check all connections.
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* The AC power adapter (optional)
is disconnected.
* The function of Auto Shut Down in

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