Question about Canon 814 Auto Zoom 2
Hello!! I need urgent help! So we are working with a Canon 814 Auto Zoom 814, it was working just fine. But now we cannot shoot more than 18 seconds without the camera to stop. It always stops after 18 seconds. We already changed the batteries and the film. But we still have the same problem. Anyone experienced the same? Or has any idea what can it be?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The flashing H means hat the camera has detected a hardware fault on starting up. It can also mean that the film has mis-loaded. Try removing the film & then the battery to reset it. Put the battery back & switch on. If it's still doing it then I'm afraid it's got the 'flashing "H" of Doom'. Although this is repairable, it's usually not economically viable.
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
The dial has six positions. If you rotate the dial fully clockwise, you are at the "Auto" position. In this position, the flash will fire if light is insufficient.
One click counterclockwise from this is "Auto with Redeye Reduction", and a preflash lamp will fire before the shutter to reduce redeye.
The next click counterclockwise is the "Off" position.
The next click counterclockwise is the "Flash On" position, and the flash will always fire with the shutter.
The next click counterclockwise is the "Flash Off" position, and the flash will not fire.
Full counterclockwise is the "Self Timer" position, and the shutter will fire 10 seconds after the button is depressed.
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
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It sounds like the motor is locked up. The gears under the bottom of the camera may have gotten sluggish from dried out lubrication. You can take the bottom off to see if the gears are able to turn freely or check with a local camera repair shop.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
You don't need to open the camera to change the film. The battery door is on the other end. You open the door by inserting the protrusion on the plastic end piece of the strap into the slot of the battery door. It takes a small 3 volt battery.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
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