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I received a Sanyo VPC-S880 digital camera for mothers day of 2008. It has a memory card, but I don't know how much. When I insert the batteries (size AA) *Panasonic alkaline* the batteries wear down before I can set the camera parameters and try to take a few pictures. I have had this problem since the camera was purchased. I would greatly appreciate any suggestions or solutions you could give me. I thank you in advance for your timely response. If I need to give you more information, I will do so. Libra45

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The best batteries to buy for this camera is Energizer.... No matter what batteries you use, they are going to go fast, but I noticed these last the longest.

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

The best batteries to buy for this camera is Energizer.... No matter what batteries you use, they are going to go fast, but I noticed these last the longest.

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

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Sanyo camera vpc S880 digital recover deleted pictures free


First of all, do not save any new file to camera's memory card.

Take out memory card, and connect it to computer using a card reader. You should see memory card shown as a drive letter (like H:) in Windows Explorer.
Download this photo recovery software
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Asoftech-Photo-Recovery/126127714100611?sk=info
Install and open the photo recovery software, select the memory card, and click 'Start' button.

Jul 22, 2012 | Sanyo VPC-S880 Digital Camera

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My memory card won't capture images. It worked initially, but when I erased all the pictures, it stopped capturing images. I get file error messages.


You may have deleted a system file. Easiest way to fix it if this is the problem is to reformat the card in the camera. Insert the card and look for the utilities section and then reformat card or format card. I don;t have the manual in front of me to give you the exact page but all digital cameras can do this. This will setup the card and put any missing files back where they belong again and you should be up and running. Will take longer to read this than it takes to do it too ;-]

Apr 04, 2011 | Sanyo VPC-S880 Digital Camera

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I have a sanyo vpc-s880 digital camera and when I turn it on it says protected card. What is a protected card? How do you fix it?


It's saying that because the lock switch on your memory card is in the 'locked' position, take it out and slide the small switch on the side to 'unlocked' (open padlock sign) position. then reinsert it and check.

Mar 08, 2011 | Sanyo VPC-S880 Digital Camera

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I have a Sanyo VPC S880 and i formatted my camera not knowing what it would do and i lost ALL my pics and videos, wedding pics, baby pics, VERY important things. is there any way i can get these back?...


I am very sorry to hear this but I am afraid there is no way to retrieve a formated memory. You should never have left all the photos on the memory but must always be transferred to the PC and copied out.
After every function the memory must be transferred and copied.Please keep this in mind so that you will never have such a mistake.
I am afraid this is the reality.

Aug 21, 2010 | Sanyo VPC-S880 Digital Camera

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Can i use this digital camera as a web cam?


I don't know why I bother to keep answering this particular question, since the few who bother to rate my answer rate it as if they hold me personally responsible for the design of their camera, but here goes anyway:

The VPC-S880 was designed as a camera, to store images (and incidentally, videos) to internal memory or a memory card. It was not designed to stream live video to an external device. Adding that capability would have increased the cost, size, and weight of the camera. It also would have meant letting most of the resolution of the camera go to waste.

Jun 04, 2010 | Sanyo VPC-S880 Digital Camera

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When I press the shutter button nothing happens.


look with a lens that to insert the cards, you dont have torque one of the little contact into the camera. and this contact dont touch with the other near contact. f touch one with the other keep out the batterie and with patience and litle force, with a needle, torque the contact to the right position. if you dont find this, i have fear that is a foul contact from the ccd eletronic flat, and this is a problem. that is possible if the camera is drop, have suffered a pressure. in this case if you dont have specifics knowledge, you cant repair the camera. why the camera must be opened, prove if the flats are did not move. and if this is not enough, its probably that you must change the optic. if you see the immage in the lcd but not pics, probably you can change only the optic without ccd.

May 30, 2010 | Sanyo VPC-S880 Digital Camera

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I need to find the battery cover for my camera its a sanyo vpc-s880 the one on my camersa broke


Hi

Easiest place for a part like this is Ebay. Here is a lot of 3 VPC-S800 cameras for parts with a day left to go and a bid of 2 dollars!

http://cgi.ebay.com/4H-Lot-of-3-Sanyo-VPC-S880-8-1MP-Digital-Camera-AS-IS_W0QQitemZ350245937651QQcmdZViewItemQQptZDigital_Camera_Accessories?hash=item518c48e1f3&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14

Otherwise these parts could be difficult enough to obtain. You will need to put in a special order as these will not be carried in normal stock.

I have used these guys before for special orders. Try this email and hopefully you might just get a result

SpecialRequest@DigitalCameraPartsDepot.com.


Hope this helps. Please do rate my answer. Thanks.

Sep 04, 2009 | Sanyo VPC-S880 Digital Camera

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