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Keeps taling longer for tv to start


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My husband pulls tractors at night at tractor pulls, everytime I try to get a picture its too dark, the lighting around the pull isn't the greatest but it has some light


There are several solutions to taking pictures in the dark or low light. Night time photography can be difficult without a tripod. There are three ways you can get a brighter photo
1. Larger aperture - Make sure the aperture is set to the lowest f-stop for the largest aperture. f/2.8 or f/5.6 depending on your lenses capabilities. Choose the lowest number
2. Longer shutter speed - A longer shutter speed will allow more light to hit the canera's sensor and create a brighter picture. Unfortunately with a longer shutter speed, you will probably need a tripod because the photo will come out motion-blurred otherwise.
3. Higher ISO - A higher ISO will make the camera's sensor more sensitive to light and therefore creating a brighter picture without having to have a longer shutter speed. High ISO, however, can introduce unpleasant noise/grain to a photo.

If you want to take your picture while holding the camera in your hands, I recommend the largest aperture (small f/stop) and a high ISO.
If you have a tripod, use it! and use a longer shutter speed since the tripod will hold the camera steady for you.

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Changes messgaes to picture messages


solution is (depending on your phone model and carrier of course) break up longer messages before 160 characters are reached. Otherwise, send an emoticon face as the picture. Your friends and family will get a kick out of it.

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MY problem with Sony KP-53S35 53 in. Rear Projection Television. When the TV powers on, the red light blinks until the picture comes on, then the red light blinks go off. I had to wait more than 5 minutes...


the number of flashes of the red indicator lamp points to the possible cause of the delay of the raster or picture, but usually it's an indicator of an emission unbalance between crt(picture tube) guns. the picture will take longer to show up as the emission on either of the picture tubes goes down.

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Toshiba rear projection has a very fragmented picture


By fragmented, do you mean pixelated?? If so, it may be worth trying different inputs to make sure that it`s the set and not the external equipment that is producing pixelated pictures, The primary fault that you may have could be due to the age of the set. Most CRT/TUBE TV sets start taking longer and longer to come on as they get older because the uPC (Computer) performs various checks on the set and one of these checks involves beam current. Basically, if one or all tubes were getting soft or poor due to age, the uPC would mute the video signal until such times that the tubes had warmed up sufficiently to provide a good picture. Basically, if this is the case, then it`s getting tired and if the delay gets to a point where it becomes unacceptable, then a replacement set is the only option. I hope this is helpful to you, Ian

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Screen Flashing


In a Sony TV, the most common cause of the picture flashing on and off is a weak picture tube. When the set was new, it took about 5 to 10 seconds for the picture to appear once the set was turned on. This is normal. If you have been noticing that it has been taking longer and longer to first appear, this is the clear signal that one of the picture tubes is getting tired. There is a circuit called IK Blanking that monitors each picture tube and adjusts them as the tubes age, so you always see a good picture. When one of the tubes has weakened so much that it cannot produce enough brightness in the picture, the circuit shuts the picture off completely. I guess Sony does not want you to see a tired, dull picture. When the tube is right on the edge of being too weak to keep the picture on, the picture will flash on and off, and it will also take much longer beofre it first turns on. The good news is that the Sony picture tubes always respond beautifully to reactivation (CRT Recharge) but you will need a qualified tech familiar with Sony projection sets to handle that repair for you.

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Sony TV - No picture


If the picture slowly fades on, the you may have a weak picture tube or a loose solder connection in the filiament circuit. If the picture flashes on then you may have a problem with the High Voltage/Horizontal circuit. This type of problem could be caused by a loose solder connection on the horizontal driver transformer. There are several other problems that could cause this type of problem. Stargazer

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