Reading through here I see that others have this issue but with no real solutions posted. Must be common issues that we're just screwed on? My C613 is only a few weeks old. Memory card was formatted and working great and then suddenly it doesn't. Says internal memory full after 8 pictures; says the memory card isn't formatted and can't be read. Lens is stuck out and won't go in. If I turn on camera it gives me an error message that says "Lens Error 126, 1, 0, -9" and then shuts off. Lens will NOT go in and is crooked.
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The red lamp you are referring to is called the Access Lamp. This lamp usually illuminates if the camera is reading or writing information to the memory card. If this is blinking erratically, this could indicate an issue with the memory card. It is recommended that you try using another memory card with the camera to isolate the issue
The most common issue that brings about the Err99 is an issue between the lens and the body, but it could actually come from a variety of problems.
Two things you could do: 1) Clean the contact points on both the Camera and your lens (be careful not to get any dirt into your camera - best to hold it in the air facing down when you are cleaning it) 2) Remove your batteries and memory cards (most cameras also have a small battery for the Date/Time), turn the switch on for a minute or so, then turn it off and replace the batteries and memory cards
I know the original 300D and even the 350D had a very limited shutter lifespan, if you've had the camera for a long while and have taken many pictures it is possible that this may be related to your issue.
Hi,Check if other memory card is working on your camera. This is one way of checking if your memory card if still working or there is an issue wither the camera.Formatting Memory card**you should always format a new memory card or one from which you wish to erase all images and other data.** Please note that formatting a memory card erases all data, including protected images and other file types.1. (Set up) Menu [Format] 2. Select [OK] and press FUNC SET button.Low Level format, recommended by cannon Select the [Low Level Format] when you think that the recording/reading speed of a memory card has dropped. A low level format may require 2 to 3 minutes with some memory cards.
This means it's having an issue using the memory card or internal memory (which the DSCW35 does have some of). Check to see that your memory card is inserted properly, and if so, try putting a different card in.
If the cards are inserted properly and switching out the cards doesn't help either, the pins that touch the memory card are likely scratched or have been damaged. If they appear to be fine, your camera is having issues reading cards and will need to be sent for service repair. If it's inside of warranty, contact Sony or the retailer you purchased it from, otherwise, look for a local service depot; the repair is not expensive.
Common problem with this camera. NOT a battery issue, but could be power issue (possibly from a short either with battery connections or on board of camera). Tapping lightly on side of camera seems to resolve in most cases. Problem may reappear. Without service it won't really be "fixed" and even then if they can't recreate problem they won't find solution. Kodak is very aware of this issue but won't respond on it. Good luck.
My canon xti had the same reading cf card error 99.
Since my camera is out of warranty. I had to find a way to fix it. After reading all possible solutions in this site, I looked at the pins (that used to connect to the CF card) and found out that one pin in the middle bent. That caused the problem. I used the tiny screw driver to bend that pin back to the original position. Inserted the card back and it worked. I felt so happy!!!! (Please make sure to have the battery removed while fixing...to be saved.)