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Movie problem have taken a movie with camera on its side. result, on the computer the film is on its side.can I turn it so it is the right way up. computer prob, really but can you help

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Re: movie problem

I don't know for sure, but maybe some video-editing or video-processing software on a computer could correct that?

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How to unload nikon fg 35 mm film

When the last exposure is made, the film advance lever will not move the film to allow another picture to be taken. Turn the camera upside-down; with the lens facing you. Locate a small button in a slight recess in the right-hand side of the bottom of the camera. Press the button in to release the sprocket drive mechanism from the film. Turn the camera right-side up again, and unfold or open the film crank knob from the top most part of left-hand side knob (the one with the ASA settings on it). Return or rewind the film back into the canister by gently turning the crank clockwise until you feel the resistance ease up completely. This indicates the film has been completely rewound and is now protected from light when the back of the camera is opened, next. To open the camera back, pull the crank knob gently up and away from the top of the camera. The back door will open and when the knob is fully extended, *** will be possible to remove the film canister from the camera body. You should do this in subdued light if possible - and return the film canister into the original protective container if available - otherwise, place in a light tight box, bag, etc.

I hope this helps - and good luck!

Nov 02, 2010 | Digital Cameras

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I just bought a fujifilm AX230 and it says you can film movies which it does but its only 10secs at the most. Is there a way to be able to film longer movies? Right now i have the 4GB SDHC card it came...

First, make sure the manual says longer movies are possible. You may only need a faster card. Most cameras shoot movies quite well with class 6 or better cards.

Oct 22, 2010 | Fuji Digital Cameras

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What are the ways or steps on how to use this technology

digital cameras are replacing alot of film camera, but some die hards like film because of special feature.

Any electronics has a power switch. The power comes from a battery (or batteries) and the must be charged.
Look for a button with a green marking on it or a circle with a small vertical line inside of it.
This should turn the camera on.
Most cameras now adays are point and shoot. So, look at the small screen (if your camera has one) or look thru the viewfinder (like and older camera) find something you want to take a picture of then press the button on the top right hand side of the camera.
Standard place for the snapshot button. All instructions assume the lettering is right side up and in english.

Once the picture is taken, it can be viewed o the camera, edited or deleted. The amount of memory in your camera or additional card dictates how many pictures you can store.
The cameras usually connect to a computer to transfer the pictures.
If the pictures are stored on a memory card, there are stores that can read the information off these cards and print the pictures you want, and leave the ones you don't

I hope this was helpful.

good luck and don't forget to vote!!!

Sep 28, 2010 | Digital Cameras

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Developing a film without opening the camera

Am i right in thinking the keystone is a old 8mm movie camera? Never had any experience with movie cameras, or developing their film- I'm goin to assume its like 35mm developing, apologies if this is completly useless advice.
I'm fairly certain you will not be able to develop film in camera (camera will end up pretty wet). If the problem you have is actually getting film out o the camera I'd suggest a changing bag- basically a light tight bag that you put the camera in with your developing tin (if your home developing) or canister if your using a lab, you then have to put your hands inside 2 holes either side and transfer your film from camera to developing container- blind.
I'd advise doing a couple practice runs first with some old unused film just to get the hang of it- it can be tricky.
Again I have no experience with 8mm film processing but I'd imagine the principles are similiar.
You can get hold of changing bags from most photographic retailers, and always follow instructions that came with your film.

Nov 05, 2009 | Digital Cameras

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Picture result is too bright when taken on outdoor condition

change the lcd setting by pressing menu then right arrow. go down to the sun picture and then click the left arrow and put it in the middle. i hope this helps.

Apr 25, 2009 | Canon PowerShot A420 Digital Camera

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Download of movie film- no sound

Its your decoders that cause that to happen.

Goto and download the Divx system. There should have been one that came with your camera when your purchased it.

Aug 29, 2008 | Samsung Digimax S500 Digital Camera

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I have the Canon PowerShot SD600 and took pictures and filmed movies on my camera. The pictures and small movies downloaded but the larger ones won't download. Suggestions?

I am having the same problem with my Powershot A560. I have transferred several smaller movies to my computer in the past, but I have a large one (230MB) that results in the camera disconnecting and giving an I/O error, even though I have used a couple different types of software to try to download this.

Aug 06, 2008 | Digital Cameras

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Movie mode

hi , try to adjust to full lenght and play it , what ever adjust prior of recording video the result what you have adjust will be printed to video memory .

Apr 19, 2008 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ1 Digital Camera

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Movie mode.

the only way is use good video software. There are a few available on line but you will have to see what your demands are for the software

Apr 15, 2008 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ1 Digital Camera

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Movie mode playback, if filmed in portrait position can you rotate the movie after to view it the right way up?

The only way to see the movie the right way up is to turn your monitor on its side, I'm afraid. You also might be able to take it to a professional studio, who might possibly have the capability, but you will still wind up with a lot of blank space to the right and left of your image.

Oct 24, 2007 | Fuji FinePix E550 Digital Camera

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