Hello.My name is Tibi I live in Romania and i buy that camera in 2005.From some time the camera shut down very quiqly after3-4 seconds if i don`t push any taste even that in the settings the auto off function is disabled or it is programated at the other values the camera shut down after3-4 seconds of inactivity.That is quite disturbing because i have to turn on the camera at evry moment.If you have a solution plese answer to me at ``email@example.com``.Thank for Your patience.
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Re: problems with my PDC 5055
You will have to navigate your Tools screens to set a longer auto off period as the auto off isn't working for you. Otherwise, I've seen this when the recharable battery no longer retains a suffcient charge to satisfy the camera even though it is still usable. If the camera thinks there is only 10% of battery charge left in the capacity of the battery it will default to shut off, not sleep, anyway no matter what you do.
You may need to try another or newer/new battery if all else above failes.
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I looked at all the settings that you are able to change on MY camera and no.... you can't.... I was wondering that too a while back and I had to just give up on that.... :D hahaha.... but I hope this helped....
Hello I am an expert on this particular model. Unfortunately with this certain camera it is not possible to edit the time and date. However I have a very simple solution which should take care of everything.
First you need to head over to Menards and pick up a 2 and 1/2 inch screwdriver model D604-5q. I have personally researched this camera and this is the only screw driver that works, unless of course you have a B2 socket Dingo wrench which can only be purchased in Australia. After you have purchased this screwdriver simply send the camera to me along with the proper tools and I will do my best to fix it and then I will send it back.
Option 2. Buy a 32 GB memory stick and insert it in your computer. Download a program called Clock X-pertm this can be found from a simple google search. After you have unzipped it, be sure to format it to your HQC proxy shrink located in the Sr400 wing of your Registry. Insert the stick into the camera, follow the quick 25 steps and you will be one step closer to accessing the Time and Date on your camera.
If everything is done correctly, this should take no more than 10-12 weeks.
if its digital and you have a card that goes into your camera, you can take it out.. put it into you compuer reader if you have one on your computer, its a slot for the sound card, if not you can buty a card reader..its called scan disk. it takes 4 sizes of cards..intalled this on your computer and then put your card into slot and you should beable to see your picture on computer. . or go onto google and type your camera name and downloads and c if they have anything there.or call the manufature of the camera to see if theyll send you another at a cost. hope this help
None of the Polaroid digital cameras listed below can be used as a
"web cam." All of these models are designed for taking still images only.
Fun! Digital 320
Fun! Flash 640
Fun! Flash 640 SE
Fun! Flash 820
MP3 Digital Camera
PDC 640 Plus
Yes, you may install the PDC 640 camera TWAIN driver only. The PDC 640 TWAIN driver can be used with most TWAIN compliant image editing software.
The most current driver is available for download on our website and is compatible with Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000 and XP (there is no compatibility with Windows NT at this time).
copy and paste that url unto your address bar. i just downloaded the xp home driver and it works....there are three links ..only click on either the second or third..the first link is foreign language.
be sure you scroll down the page a bit to find the three links.