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Cameras | Answered 3 days ago


If that camera came with a disk for software, it will have drivers on the disk that have to be installed.

Olympus Cameras | Answered 3 days ago


Since you have given no indication of the equipment you are using (make and model of camera, type of computer, OS, software in use etc) we are completely in the dark concerning this one.

Cameras | Answered 3 days ago


Can you please be more detailed and specific in your query ?

Cameras | Answered on Dec 11, 2017


Does it work when you use the test button ?

Vivitar Cameras | Answered on Dec 11, 2017


Hi
Joyce, with this sort of personal information as you have given on public display, you are just asking for someone to steal your identity - and probably everything else you have.
A bad person would not need much more information to be able to pose as you. - anywhere!! A very bad idea.

Suggest you contact FixYa and have them delete this message immediately and that you make contact with your Veterans Affairs Office or whatever its called there in the States - or a free Legal Aid Office. They will give you advice as to what you are entitled to as a retired armed services person.
Cheers
mike

Cameras | Answered on Dec 11, 2017


Hi
Given its age - almost 10 years now, while you don't want drama you can expect them.
I had same probs with a Sony - green and yellow lines - then later on a horizontal split in the pics - with the bottom out of alignment with the top.
Nikon should be able to quote for a repair - its a quality, full frame camera worth a proper repair. Despite its now small size 12 meg sensor it will still beat a lot of today's cameras
in the hands of a good photographer.
Cheers
Mike

Nikon D700... | Answered on Dec 11, 2017


Hi - sorry but this is a very old camera - nice in its day (I had one) but now so out of date.
Any camera which extends the lens is prone to disaster if the lens is knocked when extended - you don't need a grandson to do that either. Any slight fall will knock the lens out of alignment - each sections runs in a very fine twisting in/out circular track as they move - a knock will move all or part out of its track. Sometime you can be lucky and press (straighten) the lens so that its back in alignment - mostly not tho.
Given its age, and the vastly improved cameras out there now at far cheaper prices that we paid 12-15 years ago, suggest you remove the memory card and battery, and give him the camera to play with!. Go get yourself a replacement - if you want a camera which does not extend the lens, that will sit flat in your pocket/purse, even when on, consider the likes (or similar) of the Sony Cybershot DSC-TX55. - great camera - (more like a powder compact as the lens does not extend.)
I have one can so can recommend. Other brands have similar 'flat' cameras also. Save more dollars - find a nice secondhand one on ebay or similar. To use, all you do is sllde the front plate down and you are off.
Cheers - have fun taking pics of that g/son.
Mike

Casio Cameras | Answered on Dec 11, 2017


Answer is in the manual - in case you don't have it please do this:
To change selected picture effects ([Creative Control] menu)Press [MENU/SET]
Use cursor button to select [Creative Control] menu and press [MENU/SET]
Press up/down to select a setting ( there are a few eg. Sepia, Retro, Soft Focus, Expressive, Toy etc, and then press [MENU/SET] ( pressing DISP should give you an explanation of what each item selected does)
Hope this solves your problem.
Cheers
Mike

Panasonic Lumix... | Answered on Dec 11, 2017


Best of luck as good quality camera lenses are assembled in totally dust free environments. Even if you are to get the lens fully apart, the fungus may be not on but between one of the glass elements ( some are compound lens elements made of more than one piece of glass). You cannot disassemble a compound lens glass - a hammer works tho!. Not sure about ammonia but bleach is a good fungus/bug remover - but any chemical may well affect any lens coatings.
If this is the OM fisheye as I think, I would leave any repairs to a good camera/lens tech - too valuable to stuff up.

Olympus Cameras | Answered on Dec 11, 2017


As this is not a Camera, we can offer no advice. Please re-post in a forum more appropriate for this item.

Cameras | Answered on Dec 11, 2017


This is a lawn mower, not a Camera.

Cameras | Answered on Dec 10, 2017

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