Question about Cameras
It's actually a lot easier than you'd think. You don't tell us what kind of camera you've got, but here are some general tips for beginners:
1. make sure the camera has charged batteries in it, and a memory card.
2. find the power button. It's probably on top, near the shutter "take a picture" button. Press and hold it until the camera comes on. It should show you the current 'view' on the screen.
3. If there's a selector dial on the top... turn it to the green one; that's 'easy shooting'.
4. fully press (squeeze) the button. Most kids who moan that 'it didn't take' it's because they only half pressed it. When it takes, the display will show the picture for a few seconds, before going back to the live view.
5. to see your picture, find a button that has the little triangle icon pointing right, like a 'play' button.
6. to go back to taking pictures, press the shutter button again
7. to turn it off, press the power button until it turns off
If that doesn't work for you, tell us what kind of camera you have. That'll make it easier (just a bit!)
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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