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Cameras | Answered on Feb 06, 2019

Follow these steps to delete all pictures from the memory card in your Sony Cybershot camera
Delete All Pictures from Sony Cybershot Step 1 Turn on camera and make sure it is charged.
Step 2 Press the Playback button (confirm that you want to remove all pictures from the memory card)
Please note - at this point, if you hit the delete button the camera will delete one picture at a time. Before I figured out how to delete all pics this was the point where I got upset, thinking that I had to delete 600 at a time.

Sony Cameras | Answered on Feb 05, 2019

I encountered the same problem, and here is my solution. First take the back cover off, it is held by 3 screws: 2 in battery compartment and one under blue Sekonic logo (pry it off). You'll see power/analog board. In my meter a 220 uF capacitor at the battery input has leaked and polluted the board. Here is what it looked like with capacitor removed:


I removed the following elements and cleaned the board thoroughly. I cleaned with isopropyl alcohol, ethyl alcohol or acetone will be fine too. Picture shows cleaned and reassembled board. IC1 and T1 were placed back after cleaning. Other elements were replaced with new ones.


Element values: R1 - 91K, R2 - 510K, R3 - 100K, C2 - 47 nF X7R, all 0805 size.
On the other side the board also needed some cleaning. I removed C1 and VT1 and cleaned with alcohol. VT1 was placed back. C1 was replaced with new one, 10 nF NP0 or X7R type, 0805 size. Defective 220 uF 4V capacitor was replaced with 220 uF 6.3V tantalum capacitor, C size.


Assemble the meter back. After that device works perfectly.

Sekonic Flash... | Answered on Feb 05, 2019

of course you will need a program to be able to retrieve those files, try recuva, ease use, or zero assumption to recover

Nikon D70s... | Answered on Feb 05, 2019

use a usb card reader, then a OTG usb cable adapter to connect to your tablet

Canon Cameras | Answered on Feb 05, 2019

the camera probably was exposed to moisture, could be a mother board problem, need to have it replace

Canon Cameras | Answered on Feb 05, 2019

Well for starters you need to update the firmware at

Nikon Coolpix... | Answered on Feb 04, 2019

Turn the camera on as if you wanted to take photos.
Next, on the back of the camera, press the center button marked "MENU/SET".
Press the left button to select the icons on the side.
Press the down button until you are on the 'wrench' icon.
Push the right button once.
Now scroll down until you reach an icon that shows a face speaking.
Press the right button once.
Now you can scroll up and down to select the language you want.
Press the center button when you have "ENGLISH" selected.

Panasonic Lumix... | Answered on Feb 04, 2019

One of the internal circuits on the lens got more than a little wet. How long did you let it dry before putting it on the camera (which applies voltage to the possibly still wet circuit and probably shorted it out) ?. It sounds like a trip to Tokina is in order, unless you want to start a career as a repairman yourself

Tokina 12-24mm... | Answered on Feb 03, 2019

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