Question about Disney Pix Micro Digital Camera
Can i get my kid's camera to turn off? it stays on and drains the batteries very quickly, and did not come with an instruction manual, isn't it supposed to turn off at some point?
The Disney Pix Micro digital camera will turn off in 60 seconds of inactivity. To take a picture, press the button on the top of the camera once. It stores 50 pics. To delete a photo, hold the Trashcan button for a second. To delete all photos, press the delete button for 5 seconds...you will see '00' appear. Overall, it's a good camera to start off with if your child is interested in taking photos and you don't trust they won't drop your 'good one.' It's only 19.99, so it's affordable to replace if they love it and something happens to it. Enjoy!
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
It should turn off after 60 seconds of inactivity however the type or memory in the camera is called volatile memory and it requires a charge to store data. So even if the display is blank if you have pictures on the camera it will be pulling a charge from the battery. The best thing to do would be to download the pictures from the camera as soon as you can so that the pictures stored in the memory aren't pulling a charge from the battery.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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