I had this problem too, so I looked into it and found the following: "The FE-210 offers Movie
mode without sound, which enables users to create short movies with small files sizes, that
can be easily emailed to family and friends." from http://www.steves-digicams.com/2007_reviews/fe210.html
So basically, it's not a problem with our cameras - it never recorded sound anyway. Disappointing, huh?
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Aug 13, 2012 - If no sound is heard while playing back a high-definition movie "HD" or a ... and Z series digital cameras · Should I remove the battery from the digital camera after use? ... If you need answers, please use the contact us form.
Hello - You didn't give your make or model of camera so I can't say definitively but many inexpensive digital cameras only have the ability to shoot video without sound. Read the manual to make sure the camera has the sound feature.
If you don't have the manual come back here with the make and model of camera and someone will help you get it straightened out.
Press the Mode button to toggle between the three camera modes. One of them is Playback, marked by a right-pointing triangle. Full details are in the "Playback Mode" section of the manual, beginning on page 30.
Press the Mode button to get to the Video mode, marked by a movie camera. Press the shutter release button to begin recording, press it again to stop. Full details are in the "Video Mode" section of the manual, beginning on page 27.
If you need a manual, you can download one from the manufacturer's web site at http://www.vivitar.com/files_products/10/ViviCam%20X327%20User%20Manual.pdf
The 8025 is designed primarily as a still camera, with some video capabilities grafted on. Sound was not one of those capabilites. You can add a soundtrack using video-editing software on a computer, but cannot record one on the camera.
I know that wasn't the answer you wanted to see, but there it is.
possibly the ribbon has come out of it's socket. Or it is damaged.
The selector dial on the back has it's own ribbon to connect it to the main pcb.
I have spare parts off an A800 If that's any help? email@example.com
If the photo shoot out show white , the obscure (quality variation), and even horizontal line ( white lines), and so on over-exposure cases, even if the use of anti-tremor, set to default values are invalid, because the camera shutter fault.
Can't repair by yourself. It's need repair camera machine shutter.
The shutter on your camera has become stuck open. This causes the lines across your pictures. If you take the camera outside or shoot in bright lighting conditions the pictures will come out over exposed. The fix for this problem requires complete disassembly of the camera to access the shutter assembly inside the lens. It is a fairly common issue due to the fact that the shutter is such a delicate component. Check with your manufacturer for warranty support or recalls. If they are unable to help you for free, there are repair providers which you can find online who will repair your camera for a reasonable rate.
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