Hope i can get some help, my girlfriends m8800 wont take a photo with the flash anymore, checked all the settings i could find and all seems fine. this problem only arose after moving all photos from phone to memory card. i dont think the flash is physichaly broke because occasionaly it comes on before a photo is taken (while slightly depressing the button. Any help would be great.
I have this same problem, when you switch the camera function on it doesnt even give you the option to turn the flash on as the option is greyed out. I think it is an error in manufacturing and something you can't fix :(
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i had that problem with mine, and it seems that the shutter was stuck, so that the photos are not good anymore =(
if your camera is still under warranty, maybe you can go for a check with them, but i guess it's quite an old camera right? ;)
Still...this camera still can be used to take videos, and also photos in a dark room with the camera's flash, it's not totally dead hehe
Hope this helps =)
Perhaps you only changed the settings. As long as you are on automatic, and don't force the flash off, the flash should work when needed.
The multiple flash you mention, is the flash used to avoid red eyes.
With the first flash(es) the eye closes the pupil, so ref;action of the retina is minimal.
Sometimes the camera also uses the returning flash light to fine tune the focus, if on auto focus.
Just check if the camera is in the setting you always used. Just check if you have the best results with this setting.
You can unlock it by flashing your mobile if your mobile is a CDMA mobile... The procedure for flashing your mobile is in the link below http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Flash-your-cell-phone It has an video explanation. If your mobile is not an CDMA mobile , you can get the network unlock code(NUC) by just contacting the current network provider customer caredepartment.It is free of cost.
Therestrictioncodecan be got from your old service provider..This restriction code iskeptto prevent someone who stole themobile from using it withanotherprovider...
They will have a security check done with your date of birth etc..to verify whether you are the exact owner of the phone..
After that they will provide you the restriction code to unlock it and use it with another service provider.. Hope I helpedDr Reed
Maybe you drop your battery and they have electronic components inside that could be spoiled, if is that the case, try to change the battery, it appeares to me that the ammount of current the battery is sending to the component is very low even thoe it seems to be fully charged that's why the camera is unable to display anything and the "busy" warning is blinking all the time, I hope you find this usefull.
This is a feature and not a defect of the K100D. You can turn this off by going to the menu and going into the second tab (playback menu). Once there, go to preview display, where you will have 3 options - off, histogram and brighten areas. Set this to off (your camera is set to brighten areas, that is why the white parts of your photos appear to be blinking).
Hope this helps!