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Re: ON MY DISPLAY
Press Menu button togle across from REC Mode to setup togle down thrice from camera to setup 1 togle across into sub menu togle down from four times to Initialize togle across again to the sub-menu togle up from cancel to OK press center button to accept the OK choice Screen changes and so press okay again It should restart the camera Opening on the 'Clock Set' screen togle down to cancel and use the camera and make sure that you have the camera to flash, if it works try again in the Auto function. If it is still not working do not worry follow the steps again two or three more times, As this is generally a software error message and not a hardware malfunction. If it is working then don't forget to set your Clock.
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Dale, If your charger starts flashing very fast, or no light is coming on at all, something is wrong. No light coming on, could mean it does not get any power. But it also could mean the battery has died.
If you have a multi meter, you could test what voltage the battery has. Most batteries are 3,7 or 7,2 volt. when you use a multimeter, the reading in DC should be something like 3,9 or 7,5. On the meter the outage should be a few percent higher than what is printed on the battery. As soon as the meter indicates a voltage just a little (or worse a lot) under the printed value, the battery must be replaced.
It may mean the card is corrupted and will have to be replaced. It's also possible that you may be able to fix it by formatting it.
You can format the card either through the camera menu or by simultaneously pressing the little trash can icon button at the top left on the back of the camera and the metering button on the top right next to the off/on switch.
Both are marked with red and show "format" in tiny letters. Press both buttons for 2 seconds. A flashing "FOR" will appear in the display. When it stops flashing, the card is formatted.
If there's a problem with the card, there may be some sort of error indication. If the card can't be formatted, it is corrupt and needs to be replaced.
If you have pictures on the card, they will be lost when you format it.
You might want to try to download any pictures from the card to your computer before you format it, but if the card is corrupt you may not be able to do that.
It means that you have a lens with an aperture ring connected and the aperture ring is not set at its smallest aperture.
Turn the aperture ring on the lens to its smallest setting (largest f/number) and lock it if the ring has a lock. Control the aperture from the body, just as you do with a lens without an aperture ring.
I belive this isn't a fault but more to do with how you are using the camera. The r09 message is to do with the camera buffer and how many more pictures it can hold. You do have a memory card installed, right? The r09 is normally not an error, but simply an indicator of how many more pictures you can take in the current burst before the buffer fills. The number will vary according to the image quality and size settings.
This is normally a problem with the flash. Try resetting all the options to default through the menu... I think Sony calls it 'initialize' but I don't have a W35 on hand to walk through the steps sorry.
Hopefully this will work. If not, you will have to replace the flash, but you may still have to clear the error message after replacing the flash and that takes specialized equipment.