Question about Cameras
Posted by Anonymous on
If your camera battery is having limited current factor, there is a possibility that the entire action is not happening with the available voltage/current. as multimeter test of voltage might indicate the voltage but the current factor will need a series test. hence I advice you replace the batery and test again. If the fault recurrs then the camera electronics is at fault, possible that the shutter mechansim is taking up power and stenching the cirrcuits to hang up. I feel the camera has to be open out to confirm the power hang.hope I could help.? Good day
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