Re: My camera is on green mode and won't fully power on??
I have had that and i hattedit well the first thingis un screw the camrs and take it apart but wright wat u did so u can put it together and observe wat it looks like and look on the computer the way it should look
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iFixitThe Nikon Coolpix S8200 model was released in August of 2011 with a ... Flash won't work, but light bulb is fine; Flash is enabled but still won't go off. Camera won't turn on¶. You have tried turning on your camera and nothing is happening. ... Once a green light turns on, it is telling you that your battery is fully charged.
If it EVER works, then the problem is not a failed part, but a weak part. The most likely component type to give you such problems are capacitors. But very few repair techs know how to find such problems, and even fewer have the equipment needed to find the bad one(s) in-circuit. The failure mode is high ESR (ESR means Equivalent Series Resistance). The lower the ESR, the better. Capacitors with high ESR cannot stabilize circuits which demand high pulse currents, such as in switch mode power supplies.
Press the MODE button (on the top of the camera, marked green camera/video camera/SCREEN). Use up/down to select the video camera icon (the one below the green camera) and press OK. You're now in video mode. To start recording, press the shutter release button fully. To stop recording, press the shutter release button again.
I'm sorry that the camera is not turning ON. Please make sure that the battery is fully charged.
Please reset the camera by pressing the reset button located near the DC IN jack. if the issue still persists, please power reset the camera by removing the battery and press n hold the power button for 1 minute continuously. After that leave the button and insert the battery and check if it helps. If the issue still persists, your camera will require service.
My old Panasonic Palmcorder IQ shows a red light in both switch positions-camera and VCR. Maybe yours has red for camera and green for VCR so you could tell them apart. I found that the Panasonic battery that came with the camera was the cheapest kind with the least charging time. I bought other batteries, they were good for a while, but now, many years later, they won' t hold a charge. Since I am only recording inside of my house, I have resorted to using the AC wall socket for power. I have to take the battery out of the camera. I found a power plug-in hole (like ones on cell phones) in the battery compartment. I also found one of these holes on my battery charger. My camera came with a double ended power plug. I plug one end into my camera and the other end into the battery charger. I plug the charger power cord into the wall outlet, and I have power to my older camera. Maybe you can find this double ended power cord at a store or on line.
Did you know that there are 2 kinds of batteries? Some have memories and others do not rely on a memory. The ones with memories have to be fully discharged or they will only charge a little, and keep charging less and less each time they are charged. The ones without the memory can be charged fully without being discharged fully. Check into battery information on line to get more information. Maybe you can get the non-memory kind.
I was having the same problem... I put the camera in the cradle with it plugged into usb and then pushed play mode... the camera went to play mode and then i pushed and held the camera mode button while i was removing it from the cradle... it ended up turning on!!! i have no clue.. very weird
it seems that the lense movement is jammed. Have you dropped the camera? just have a close look from the front side of the camera, does the lense assembly seems to be pressed or moved aside by some extra preassure? if no physical disalingment is visible may be some sand or dust partical is obstructing the movement of the lense assambly. needs a help from camera repair shop.