Question about Canon PowerShot A95 Digital Camera
The auto-rotate sensor is probably faulty. Believe it's located near the base of the A95's swivel LCD, and goes bad with time from the repeated opening and closing of the LCD. But it's really not worth the effort to try to fix, as most good free photo editing software includes a photo rotate function if desired. The freeware Irfanview is an example (www.irfanview.com).
If you can live without Auto Rotate (I never use it), turn on your camera and press the menu button. Then select the second "Tools" tab. Then look down through the Tools list for the "Auto Rotate On/Off" selection. Select OFF.
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
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