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Not taking pictures

Camera is not accurately taking pictures. It states, recording event and flashes as if it is taking pictures. However, when you view the smart card, there is no picture to view. Normally each event is recorded and every time it counts how many events there have been. But this is only stating one event even though there have been multiple events. We put new batteries in and also changed and put new smart card. Neither has solved the problem.

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  • Anonymous Oct 22, 2008

    the event counter increases but the image counter stays at zero.....If I use the remote to snap a picture the Image counter does increase...







  • ghudgin Oct 22, 2008

    the event counter increases but the image counter stays at zero....If I use the remote everything work fine.....how can I fix this?



    thanks

    glen

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The sensor sounds bad. The communication seems to have a too long of a delay. Meaning it is not snapping the shot as soon as the sensor goes off.

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