Same problem here. I took a number of pictures on Saturday and then, wham!, all the pictures are coming out black now. I've tried going through the menu but can't find anything that might explain why this is happening.
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i knoww cus i had took pictures on firday at dha skatinq rink with my freinds dhen saturday my camera wasnt workinq so then i decided to buy some new batteries, i bouqht some new batteries on monday & quess what it wouldnt stay on,! like it came on for like 5 sec dhen it shut off , i f**kinq hate dhat camera. !
I have a technics too, and faced the same problem. The solution is very simple just ensure the +ve and -ve wires are connected correctly for each speaker to the amp. Eg. red wire to the red knob and black wire to the black on both ends. sometimes this arises because the wires are of just one color however there will be some marking on the wire to indicate which is +ve and -ve. This took care of the overload problem.
Thats a little strange.
Only thing that comes to mind is someone else had access to it and swapped out a plug that is too long for your short plug, Check plug type in owners manual.
maybe on sunday their 4 wheeler wouldn't start and this was quick fix.
Take off the chain cover or starter and see if it turns back and forth almost one full turn with a sudden stop at both ends of rotation. (Hitting plug)
if this is ok get back to me.
When I take a picture, there will be know image. Black. I went into the "share" and the image is black. I kept my smart card and the other images are ok but the knew ones are black. Camera has power. I took the smart card off. Still the problem, black. Took the old images off and took some more shots. All black!! MMMMM?