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Cannot find the way in to the snow mode for taking winter picture

Also is there a polarising lens for this camera. best regards ern roberts

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Turn the Mode-dial to either SP1 or SP2.
Press Menu/OK
Use arrow keys to select Beach, press OK.
The camera has no filter thread, so you can't attach a polarizing filter.

Posted on Oct 12, 2009

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I'm not sure you can use a round filter that fits into the mouth of your lens. The manual does not say anything about thread size. But there should always fit a P type filter set. Kood has "cheap" sets. There are a lot of Chinese firms that are in this market. There are lots of other brands and it could be you can buy a filter and holder paying more than your camera is worth. A P-type adapter ring from KOOD is less than $10, and a filter from $30 (46 mm) till almost $100 for 86 MM.
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Hello Mike, This is best done by a qualified camera shop, too many things to go wrong when working with the lens unit, even a small scratch can be very costly as these lens are coated and if not handled correctly can be ruined.
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In the past when film was still king and I was using it I had always used a UV or a Polarized lens cover. Now in the DSLR world I've been told that I should not use a non rated DSLR lens cover. Is there...


Without specific reference to the D90, the following applies to almost all dSLR's: Skylight filters (UV) are fine, but avoid using auto white balance. Polarisers can prevent the autofocus system from working, but the more expensive circular polarisers are usually OK although don't produce quite the same effect as linear polarisers.

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Dropped my camera into a river was submerged for about 3 sec , but it did not actually hit any thing , was in my hand all the time . I took out the card and battery , next day I turned it on it came on...


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The best thing you could do after this would have been to submerge the camera in distilled water and then open it up and dry everything.

The problem is that since the river water conducts electricity , there has probably been a short ciruit in the camera when you switched it on. This could have damaged any number of components inside and it will probably cost (depending on what camera you own) upwards of $200 to have it fixed so it may not be worth your while.

The lens is also a hit or miss. If it's a fully mechanical lens with no electronic components , I would send it away to have it professionally opened and cleaned. If it's a automatic lens , this may cost considerably more as they will probably have to replace the driving motors and electronics. I would put a clean and repair at about $150-$250.

All and all , it may well not be worth it and you could try selling the camera on e-bay as damaged for when someone needs some parts. You should be able to get a few bucks for it but don't count on too much.

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Use a polarising filter on the front of the lens and then adjust the filter to remove the reflection.

If you're using flash lighting then also consider where your light sources are and use diffusers on them.

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Copy and paste this address in your browser...you can download the manual to your computer. http://www.nodevice.com/user_manual/polaroid/digital_cameras_and_frames/a500.html

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The lens needs a professional camera repair service.

The probability is high that the ultrasonc lens motor or th lens internal gears are damaged, and needs replacement.

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