We got this camera c875kodak easy share as a 40 year wedding anniversarton August 5 2007. We used it that day and then went to the dominican republic in March 2998 and since have not used it.We put it on and now the lens won't close. We did not drop it . We are senior people and take care of our stuff. We changed the batteries lots of times in case it would be the batteries but nothing works. Since it was a gift we don't know what to do .We enjoyed our camera when it worked and cannot afford to get a new one . Please help us .A reply would greatly be appreciated.
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You still can use easy share. (I still have it) The share button, you use on the camera, to mark a picture you want to share. With the button, you tag the picture, you then later can share in the Kodak community. Not sure that still exists Check out on http://kodak.photonet.com
I have a Easy Share M863 and have had it less than a year. It was working great and then last week I tried turning it on and it would not open. I thought it might be the battery needed charging so I did that. It still will not open. I contacted Kodak and they told me they would give me 15% on a new digital camera. That is not what I wanted. My camera is not even a year old. It should have lasted longer I think.
Enilra, sounds to me like you might have the button that takes the photo stuck in the down position. Without turning on the power, put you finger on the button and press down on it while you move wiggle your finger around. Get a good look at the button and see if You Can See If The Button is returning to the UP Position. Withour seeing your camera in person this would be my guess.
skip the whole process and buy a sd memory card reader-it's plug and play- no software and will save your batterys when you download-they work great and bypass the issues your having-plug into usb port and will download to xp or vista
This problem is frequently due to corroded battery terminals inside the
camera. Remove the batteries and wipe the terminals with a soft cloth
(heavy corrosion may require a fine wire brush, steel wool, or
sandpaper). Remove any residue left in the camera by the cleaning.
Clean the terminals on the batteries in the same manner, and then
replace them in the camera. This cures most problems, but if it
doesn't work for you, check the Kodak troubleshooting guide at: