Question about Sigma DP1 Digital Camera
Removed the Sdcard and used a card reader for transferring the photos to my computer. Then returned the card to the cameraslot for formatting. Alas, when I turned ON the camera, the lens opened and the lamp just outside the lcd-screen (upper right-hand corner) started to blink red and green and the DP 1 didn´t function. Holding the powerbutton down for about 5 seconds turned the power off, but the lens remained in the open position. Turning the camera ON again the lens retracted, opened and stayed open but the camera still didn´t work.
Regards Leiv Guntveit
Try this...remove the card and battery...press all the buttons...leave it alone for 20 minutes...insert the card and then the battery...turn it on.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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This Tablet Personal Computer [PC] takes Micro Secure Digital [SD] Cards.
To transfer pictures from a Digital Camera to this PC, if the Camera also
takes Micro SD cards, is simply a matter of removing the Micro SD card from the Camera and installing it in the PC's Micro SD Card Slot and then waiting for the PC's AutoPlay function to serve up the photo files stored on the card, which can then be Dragged and Dropped into a photo folder on the PC.
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that the PC's Micro SD Card can fit in the camera before pictures are
taken and then disconnected from the adapter afterwards, for re-insertion in the PC.
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might be required, which would be connected to the computer's USB Port
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