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Hi stanleychen1,

Did you upgrade the firmware to v.1.02? This should solve this problem. The upgrade can be obtained at the Kodak support site.

Hope this helps.

Gr. Blackbear

Posted on Nov 16, 2010

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What size memory card can you use on a kodak easyshare p880


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My Kodak easyshare p880 will not turn on. It works when switching to favorites but I can not turn it on to take a picture or video.


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Go to www.dpreview.com and Kodak Talk. Search the forum for "P880 Power Switch problem".
Problem can be solved with the use of WD40. Read the solution on Kodak Talk first!!!

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Kodak P880 camera won't autofocus. I bought a used P880 - seems like an awesome mid-high end camera for someone on a budget. Problem is that it won't autofocus properly. When viewing and pressing down on...


Hi mfkcolumbus,

Did you check the firmware version? If it's not v. 1.02, then get it at the Kodak support site and flash that firmware to your camera. If it is 1.02, then you may try to reflash that same firmware. Sometimes this helps strait'n out things.

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Joystick on my P880 camera is not working, it has lost its tention, it just rattles about.


You can access it by removing the case. It is held in place either by melted tabs or hopefully screws. Just remount it.

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My Kodak P880 has frozen and will not turn on. The Firmwire upgrade was trying to run but there was no memory card installed. After that, my camera would not turn on.


Retry the Firmware upgrade.
Format the SD card in the camera afterwards.

P880 is no longer produces therefor no repair is available due to shortage of spare parts. But a Trade up option is available.

Contact KODAK:
http://www.kodak.com/eknec/PageQuerier.jhtml?pq-path=14563&pq-locale=en_US&_requestid=3490

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The only possiblity you can use is do a Firmwareupdate. You can find it and an explanation how to do a Firmwareupdate here.

When this not help, it's an hardware problem and the microphone of the camera is defect. When you't lucky you can let repair kodak the camera. You should contact the kodak service to ask for repair costs, because this is a very good cam, you bought.

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use WD40 or contactspray around the powerswitch after removing the battery.
then work the switch for a number of times

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Try taking the battery out of the camera and clean the contacts with an eraser. Do it for the contacts inside the battery casing as well. Be sure to blow all the eraser rubbings out of the inside case and clean then off the battery contacts. Put the battery back inside the camera. With any luck, it may now work.

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