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FRAME ASSIST function

How do I enable the FRAME ASSIST function?

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Re: FRAME ASSIST function

Enter the MODE MENU and under the CAMERA tab select FRAME ASSIST. Select ON and press the OK button. You will now see a grid on the LCD screen. This feature is beneficial when you need to carefully compose an image, particularly regarding keeping subjects square or level. The grid can be used to ensure that the horizon is level in a landscape, a building is squared up in the frame or copy photography of pictures and documents is correctly aligned.

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Reset Fujifilm finepix digital camera 5.1


There is a factory reset function in the menu. If you want to reset the frame count, ie, frame number full then you need to format your memory card, switch the frame count in the menu from "cont " to " renew " use the format function then take a pic. Review the pic and note the frame count in top right of screen(100 0001) frame count is reset. Switch back to " cont" in menu. Happy snapping.

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Lost handbook, don't know how to transfer pictures from card to picture frame.


My guess would be that your picture frame comes with some sort of cable to hook to the computer or a memory stick that will connect also.

You just need to plug both in and drag the files from the memory card folder to the picture frame folder.

I'm happy to assist further should you need help.

May 07, 2011 | Digital Cameras

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When I turn on the camera it says 'Frame No. full' and doesn't work... it's the FinePix s9500 and the memory shouldn't be full as I've deleted most of it... How can I fix it please?


It doesn't say the memory is full, it says the frame number is full. Basically you've taken 9999 pictures and it doesn't know what to do with the file name. Look in the setup menu for a frame number reset, or a file number reset. If you can't find either of those, look for a general purpose reset function - it's usually right at the bottom near the card formatting function because you hardly ever use it.

You will have to manage the situation that you will now have duplicate file names, since it will start numbering from 0001 again. I suggest you archive all your current photos, and start anew somehow.

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Hi, my name is Dierdre. I recently purchased a shift 3 Digital Photo Album with Key chain from Bed, Bath, and Beyond. I am having difficulty with downloading my pictures from my computer onto this...


I think most of these photo frames work in a similar manner.

Each has several inputs, 2 of which are probably an SD card the other a USB port.

You can either 1) Copy pictures to an SD card, insert it in the frame and watch or
2) Copy pictures to a USB flash drive, insert it in the frame etc.

Dec 20, 2010 | Digital Cameras

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My Nikon p80 has difficulty focusing in low light. Also, the white balance is difficult to control and most low light photos are too yellow.


Seems to be interesting.
For low light focusing problem here is the solution which works with any digital camera.
I have observed that P80 has a slow focusing symptom. If you are in TELE range that is lens out. Then you will be hitting this issue very frequently.
Check if you are not restricting that red light bulb from throwing the light on your subject.This light is to assist the camera to focus.
Try doing this. Illuminate the object with a small/capable torch. Sometimes AF assist lamp is not doing the job.
another solution is focus in small steps. move lens out a little half press the focus/snap button. repeat this till you get the desired frame. This somehow helps camera to focus difficult objects.

White Balance:
Nikon P80 has good white balance functionality. But if you do not get what you want you need to set the WB manually. Here is the procedure to set white balance manually.
Procedure:
You need to select the preset manual for this procedure. Keep a white colored object with you always. This should be of size of a playing card at minimum.
when you will select the manual white balance preset. it will show you the measure option. Keep your white subject in front of the lens and press measure such that the camera view is filled with that white object's view.
Now you are ready to go. Your Camera will take the pictures just right.

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I don't have live feed through my viewfinder....this is a new camera for me. lol


You first have to enable it in the menus, under the second wrench icon, Live View Settings, On. It only works in the creative modes, Tv, Av, M, and P. Then press the enter button on the selector dial.

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Canon 50d AF assist beam doesn't fire


  • See page 87 of the manual to see which settings the AF-Assist does NOT work

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My flash will not turn on. It says flash off in function.


call 305-653-7355 Service Center, ask for Zack
he can assist you

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Nikon Coolpix P2 digital camera, can i use it as webcam?if yes please write me how can i d it, do i need any software for it.write me email on hellosajjad@gmail.com


We get this question alot. Not very many digital still cameras can actually be used as a webcam. This is mostly due to the lack of drivers for it. [url=http://esupport.sony.com/perl/tutorial-display.pl?tut_id=380&mdl=DSCS80]SONY does have a tutorial for using some of their models as a webcam[/url], but my question is, with focusing issues, why would you?

But for now, I don't think so. Better to try getting your camcorder to perform that function.

Or pick up the Creative's LiveCam Optica AF webcam.
Sensor: 2 megapixel sensor
Lens: High quality precision lens
Microphone: Built-in adaptive array microphones
Highest Still Image Resolution: 8 megapixels 3200 x 2400
Highest Video Resolution: 1600 x 1200
Focus: Auto
Interface: High-Speed USB 2.0 (bkwd compatible with USB 1.1)

$129.99

This will perform many of the functions you want in a webcam from a still camera and is designed as such.

The A520 (and I guess all Powershot cameras with RemoteShooting capability) can be used as a webcam. You only need a screen capture software, like Camtasia Recorder from the Camtasia Studio and Canon's own software, Camerawindow -> Remote shooting. You only need to start these programs, enable the Liveoutput option in the Camtasia Recorder, place the capture frame over the Remoteshooting window and start recording.

Nov 30, 2007 | Nikon Coolpix P2 Digital Camera

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F828 autofocus assist trouble! Help!


This is strange. I can't imagine how you could have caused this. As far as I know, there aren't any controls you could have changed that would give you this type of result. Even with Macro enabled, you can still AF throughout the focal range. If you were accidently in MF mode, you wouldn't get a good focus, at either end, without turning the focus ring. Unless someone else can shed some light on this, I think your camera may need to go visit Sony's repair center :-(

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