Question about Panasonic DMC-ZS1 Digital Camera
How do i edit a photo stored in memory and save it without losing the the original photo. When I view a photo in Playback and get it perfectly framed with the help of the zoom and the directional toggles around the Menu/Set button, I want to save it as a separate edited version along with the original.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First Bob, I believe there is a menu setting that allows you to disable picture/movie deletes as long as it is enabled. Check this out regarding "this picture cannot be deleted" problem.
Second, assuming your screen is ok since you can read a message from it, I would try FORMATing your memory card, after downloading your pics/movs to your computer from the camera. Note to view MOVies from your camera on your computer, Windows Media Player will not play them. You must download Apple's QuickTime Movie Viewer to view .mov file format from panasonic cameras, or use a view that came with the camera on CD.
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
Remove the card and battery. Clean the battery contacts inside camera with a cotton swab lightly dampened with rubbing alcohol. Be sure battery is charged. Press all buttons on camera. Insert card and then the battery. See if it works. If you can now get into the setup menu, you can do a reset from the menu.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
The innards of modern DSLRs are precise and fragile. You need to contact a reputable repair shop ASAP. In addition to fixing your camera, they will clean the interior properly, eliminating dust particles that find their way to the CCD. The cleaning is something you should have done from time to time anyway, so just bite the bullet and take it in!
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
It might be telling you that the card you have in the camera isn't fast enough to keep up with the demands of a video recording. You need to buy a more expensive card with a faster speed rating.
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
there is not a big problem if the lens are coming out but not enough..the mechanism is blocked i think will cost about 25$ or something like that
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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