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Is there an auto-off function?

Does anyone have the manual for the konaki dv7-z?

I'm having a problem with the camera shutting down as soon as I turn it on to take pictures. I can still view everything on my card, but as soon as i turn it to the 'take pictures' mode, it shuts down. I tried emailing konaki but they were of little help other then telling me to check if the auto-off was selected. I can't find that option anywhere,but it makes sense that that is what it is doing. Can anyone tell me how to change the auto-off function so that I can use my camera?

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  • lmezzo23 Apr 23, 2008

    I had the same problem, and I came to find out that somehow I filled the entire memory card with a video recording. As soon as I figured that out, and went in and erased the video, the camera was fine. Hope this helps! :)

  • lmezzo23 Nov 11, 2008

    I had the same problem again and this time the lens was stuck. I opened the shutters and blew in the lens a couple of times and when i tured the camera on, it worked. :)

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I had this same problem again, and this time the lens was stuck. I opened the shutters and blew in the lens a couple of times, and fiddled around with the lens area. When I turned the camera on, it seemed to work. :)

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

I had the same problem and when I held down the menu button and the on button the problem was fixed. Hope it works for you.

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

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