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If the camera function will not save a picture and instead gives you
the "Camera on standby" warning, but your phone is otherwise working,
and you haven't used up all your memory, the problem might be with the
MicroSD card. Many Nokia phones format MicroSD with, I think, FAT16,
which limits the number of files that fit in a given folder to 256.
You may have just filled up the camera memory folder with 256 files and
you need to delete some or create a new folder on the MicroSD and use
that as the new camera memory bank. Happened with my Nokia 6126 a few
minutes ago and I was PISSED until i realized the quick fix.
the camera really goes on standby when you turn on the camera but you wont use it for a couple of minutes. but it should come alive once you press the camera button or any keys. if thats not happening, it may have been stuck there (if there are many programs open at the same time, its going to hang) so just powercycling the phone (turn off, remove battery, simcard, memory card) leave it like that for 2mins, put everything back in. if after turning it on, the camera still on standby, you may need to take to out for repair since there's no safe software out there i will recommend to reset the phone, better safe than sorry right =)
A stuck shutter is another common failure mode for digital cameras, especially for the SD1000. The symptoms of a stuck or "sticky" shutter are very similar to CCD image sensor failure. The camera may take black pictures (for shutter stuck closed), or the pictures may be very bright and overexposed, sometimes with lines, especially when taken outdoors (for shutter stuck open).
To confirm a stuck shutter, put the camera in any mode other than "Auto", and turn the flash OFF (you don't want to blind yourself for the next step). Next look down the lens and take a picture. You should see a tiny flicker in the center of the lens as the shutter opens and closes. If no movement is seen, then you likely have a stuck shutter. If so, please see this link for further info and a simple fix that may help. This time if you fix it, remember to take many pictures afterwards to lubricate the shutter to prevent this from happening again.
This happens when the CCD sensor in the camera gets stuck off centre. It apparently happens sometimes if the camera body is dropped or knocked - it's a fault with the 'slider' on which the sensor sits. When you turn the camera on the software will shake the sensor to remove the dust. The sensor should then be centred by the camera's software. If this doesn't happen then the picture is clear but off centre as in your case. Usually this means a trip to a repair shop.
nothing is wrong with the phone, it is a normal function in every phone. If u leave the camera open for some time, it will go on standby mode, u have to turn it off. so better is that the moment u take a picture and there is a gap in taking the other picture, u turn the camera mode off. when u need it again, then again put it on.
Its not a problem with the mobile its common in all mobiles when we keep the phone in camera mode for more than 30 to 40 secs.we should take the picture within that time or will go to standby to save charge.just click on continue it will come back to camera mode but if you have this problem without any withstand time(30 to 40)then contact your mobile vendor.
I have an 5D with the same problem, It looks like the Anti shake does not initialize properly, The only bypass I found that worked (except for a real repair) is to set the display light timeout for 5 seconds, The standby timout for 1 minute, Turn the camera off, and on again, Wait for 5 sec then the display goes blank, wait for 1 minute then the camera goes in standby, (light from CF card flashed red 1 time) Then touch any button to re-activate the camera and... voila... everything works, including taking normal pictures and the anti-shake !!! So it only takes a minute everytime to startup..
It sounds like the Function (FUNC) button is stuck. Actually, that's
what is supposed to happen if you press the FUNC and then turn the
wheel... but it's not supposed to stay that way after the FUNC button is released. Try tapping the FUNC button to see if it releases.