Question about Casio Exilim EX-Z750 Digital Camera

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There are no files

Newly bought d camera and everytime i take a shot and press d play button...the screen shows "there are no files"..

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  • annchovy Apr 15, 2008

    yes it set to auto and it also never flashed

  • Mike Johnson
    Mike Johnson May 11, 2010

    did it flash ???? is it set to auto???

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I've got it to work..but thanks for all d help

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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Ok you lens shutter is not working properly because it is not snapping a photo.your problem lies eather in 1 of 2 places. the mainboard or the lens. The only way to correctly diagnosis the problem is to see the camera and do a diagnosis on it.I repair these all the time and know how frusterating it can be. Repair depending on where you send it is anywhere from 85.00 and up. Just FYI. hope this helps and I am sorry that you are having this type of issue let me know if their is any thing else I can do.

Posted on Apr 17, 2008

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HERE ARE THE INSTRUCTIONS TRANSLATED AS FOR YOU
VPhoto Settings:

First Row:
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After you finish with all the settings, move the cursor to the last single square on the botton to save your settings.
Video Settings:
First Row:
The first square is for automatic rapid shots settings (on or off). If you select on then you'll have the options of 0.5 sec, 1 sec, 10 sec, 30 sec & off.
The second square is manual rapid shots settings (on or off). If you select on then you'll have the options of 450 frames, 90 frames, 15 frames, 4 frames & off.
The third square is again, for camera's sensitivities (this time it's for video).

Second Row:
On-screen help (on or off).
On-screen robot named Ijiro that give your hints (on or off).
Date stamp (on or off).

Again, don't forget to save your settings by selecting the last single square on the bottom of the screen.


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ALL (all the videos and photos)
VIDEO (just the videos)
PHOTO (just the photos)
GROUP (you specify the group yourself and it can be just videos only, pictures only or both).

When you select any of the above you should get these options (below):

First Row:
On-screen help (on or off).
On-screen robot named Ijiro that give your hints (on or off).
Display details on screen (on or off).
On-screen progress bar (on or off).
Loop the slide show (on or off).

Second Row:
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Slide show orders (by name, by date or random).
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L shoulder button - if the calender option is selected, it will display the previous month.
R shoulder button - again, if the calender option is selected, it will display the next month.
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Album:

First, click on Album and then you should see 4 different tabs (All, Group, Video & Photo). Use L or R button to switch between each tab. Notice the bottom of the screen are menu selection for this page:
Select - Settings.
Start - Go back to main menu.
Circle button - Play.
Square button - Multiple selection (of the thumbnails).
Triangle button - Edit or delete.
X button - Deselect all (of thumbnails).

Settings:
On-screen help - On or off.
On-screen robot named Ijiro that give your hints (on or off).
Video looping - On or off.
On-screen progress bar - On or off.


Well, that's it for now. Sorry I don't have any pictures to accompany the translation. When I have more time, I will update this thread with more translation from manual. Hope this at least helps some of you to get started.


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