Question about Kodak Easyshare M820 Digital Photo Frame Video Mp3 128m
Recently my digital frame rotates some pictures so they appear sideways on the screen. I have them on a USB and checked that - they are all oriented correctly on the stick. They used to display properly, just recently have started to turn. Help!!
The picture orientation can be set manually.
You can download a manual here:
Check chapter "Changing your frame orientation".
Posted on May 07, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This can be caused by several things. First plug up another USB device to that port. if it works you know your port is good. next hook up the camera and look in my computer for a extra drive letter. if you see on that is your camera. If nothing still see if you can hook it up to another persons computer to see if your cable and camera is ok. If the camera does work and none of these help out then it is a drivers issue. you will need to go into saft mode by hitting f8 when the pc first starts up goto option 3 safe mode now right click on my computer Icon and goto properties. Find device manager. in their click on hardware now find the USD devices and try to remove all of the usb listings once you have done that reboot the system the system will come up in normal mode. And start loading all of your usb devices again. Now hook up the camera and see if it works. If that does not work then in XP goto the system tools are in you accessories area. and choose system restore. choose the date closest to the last time it worked. Once you restore the system then hook up the camera again. This should work as long as all hardware is good.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
I'm not clear about your last sentence. It sounds like you may have accidentally set the camera to use exposure compensation to over-expose the images. To reset this, see page 27 in your user manual. If you don't have the user manual you can download it here from Kodak. If you said in your last sentence that this is not the case, I apologize for not understanding you clearly.
If this is not the case, then the light meter in the camera may be malfunctioning, telling the camera that it doesn't have enough light.
1) Make sure the light sensor is clean. This is the lower of the 2 small light buttons on the front of the camera, to the left of the lens as you face the camera. If that doesn't help try:
2) Use a - setting in Exposure Compensation to under expose the images to compensate for the damaged light meter.
If neither of these help, then it needs to be sent in for repair, or replaced. (If the camera is out of warranty it is likely that the repair cost will exceed the value of the camera and you should simply buy a new camera.)
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
Goto your setup or menu screen and select/deselect the auto orientation feature. If it is not there, then you are unable to change it.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
Internal memory : 16MB
Memory card support : SD/MMC up to 2 Gigabyte
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
You need to make sure that the pics are on standard jpeg compression, if not try opening file from your pc using mspaint then save file as jpeg
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
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