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Re: Status indicator light stays on
If you go into menu and there should be a restore original setting or reset or something like that if not if you check the body of the camera there may be a hole saying reset put a pin in that while it is on and in camera mode and that might fix it
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The camera won't show a battery status until the level drops below some threshold. See the "Step 1: Turn the Camera On and Select Auto Mode" section of the manual (page 22 in my copy) for what the indicators look like.
there will be a setting in the camera or maybe even a button that will turn the display on and off. change this to on. please refer to your product manual, if you have lost it just do a quick google search (ie. "camera make" "model#" manual)
If the light indicating the charging status is off, remove the batteries from the camera and make sure that you are using the Kodak Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery Pack KAA2HR. THis is the only battery that will charge on the dock. If you are using the correct battery and it still does work, better to get a rapid charger instead.
You can check the status of your battery, including chargeble life remaining, in the Setup Menu. You need to have the CSM/Setup menu option to display Full menus, not Simple, in order to get battery status. So see if that battery status selection says you need to replace the battery.
Since you can shake the camera to get full battery, it's possible the battery contacts (on the battery or in the camera) are dirty, so check that.
If you do need a new battery, spend the few extra bucks to get a genuine Nikon EN-EL3e from a Nikon dealer. I have learned that many off-brand batteries do not properly implement a needed reserve, and "Genuine Nikon" batteries bought online from non-dealers are often counterfeit, just relabeled junk.
Sounds like the memory card pins are bent. Remove the card and hold the camera up to the light. Look inside the memory slot and see if you can see any bent pins or anythign that is not uniform. There are 2 rows of pins and there whould not be any missing or out of place. It can be hard to see but if there is any that look closer together or laying over thats the problem. Its common and it happens fairly easy.
Its best not to remove the card, even though people sugest using a card reader or to save battery life bent pins can trash a good camera.
The following is a listing of the error codes you might see on the status panel of the PhotoMAX Fun! Digital 320 camera:
1.FL - Photo memory is full.
You cannot take more photos. Download and then erase the photos in your camera.
2.FE - Flash memory error.
A camera hardware error occurred. This can happen when the power is shut off before a photo is completely stored in the camera. Do not shut off the power until the green light comes back on steady after you take a photo.
3.bE - Hardware problem.
Turn the power switch on and off and see if the error message disappears. If the error message persists, the camera may need to be replaced.
4.Lo - Battery low.
Replace the camera battery as soon as possible. If you continue to use the camera, picture quality will be poor.
5.LL - Low light condition.
The camera does not have enough light to take a good photo. Improve the subject lighting if possible. Example: When taking indoor photos, add additional room lighting.
I have the C-740, and the battery indicator appears in the upper left-hand portion of the screen when the camera is turned on, and also when I put the camera in view mode (a small green triangle on the dial) to review the pictures on the LCD screen. I also think the indicator will come on if the battery gets low. Don't know if the 750 works the same way.