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When it goes to black&white the lightconditions are probably too dark. It has a better range in black&white so it switches. (but if I remember correctly this only happens when you're in video-modus 'cause in photo-modus the flash will pop up)
because this particular model of the Z series does not have a mic. recording. kind of a waste but if you went to another model (I.E.. Z2) it does have the mic. to record. sorry but i went through the same issue myself. good luck
The odds are you have a broken spring in the anti-shake assembly which has allowed the lens unit to shift to one side. The smudge you are seeing is the edge of the lens housing and will have a slight rounded shape. As you zoom in, you are extending the lens past this area so it no longer shows.
your lens mechanism is stuck up! try pulling the lens with slight force, if you are lucky the culprit that is blocking the mechanism will get loose. If you are not lucky theres no way you can remove or fix the problem than sending it to the authorized service center. =-(
All digital cameras has a a life expectancy of around three years, or 5000 shots. Here in the Philippines, we use conversion method, since all cameras today are made of plastics, we convert those easy to break parts with metal.
We have received a number of inquiries regarding the usage of Konica Minolta digital cameras with non-genuine or counterfeit Konica Minolta lithium-ion batteries.
Please be advised that genuine Konica Minolta lithium-ion batteries are equipped with security system to prevent the camera from damages. It has been reported that some counterfeit batteries are NOT equipped with a security system. The use of such batteries will cause damage to your Konica Minolta digital camera and may cause fire.
Further, every Konica Minolta digital camera has been designed to fulfill its nominal value in performance with a corresponding genuine Konica Minolta lithium-ion battery.
For safety and optimum performance, we recommend that you only use genuine Konica Minolta lithium-ion batteries with Konica Minolta digital cameras. Genuine Konica Minolta lithium-ion batteries will include the Konica Minolta model # (NP-200, NP-400, etc) and are only available through authorized Konica Minolta dealers and the Konica Minolta on-line store.
Please note that Konica Minolta is not responsible for damages or troubles caused by the use of lithium batteries which are not specified in the instruction manuals or not produced/distributed by Konica Minolta Camera Inc.
Genuine Konica Minolta lithium-ion batteries are listed below:
Konica Lithium-ion Battery DR-LB4 for Konica Digital Revio KD-510Z/410Z/500Z/400Z/310Z
Minolta Lithium-ion Battery NP-200 for Minolta DiMAGE Xt/Xi/X
Minolta Lithium-ion Battery NP-400 for Minolta DiMAGE A1
Minolta Lithium-ion Battery NP-600 for Minolta DiMAGE G400
Minolta Lithium-ion Battery NP-500 for Minolta DiMAGE G500
Minolta External High-Power Battery EBP-100* is available for the following models:
Minolta DiMAGE A1/Z1/7Hi/7i/7/5/S414/S404/S304
* EBP-100 is consisted of 2pcs. Lithium-ion Battery NP-100, 1pc. Battery Holder BH-100, and 1pc. Lithium-ion Battery Charger BC-100