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look inside the battery port

Fuji Cameras | Answered on Nov 27, 2018


NO PLACE WE KNOW OF .PROBABLY HAVE TO SEND IT TO FACTORY

Kodak Cameras | Answered on Nov 27, 2018


try using a differnt video player, the one you are using has been modified to zoom using it's internal controls, if you can find those you can change the settings to view them the way you want.

otherwise. again, try a differnt viewer for movies.

HP Cameras | Answered on Nov 27, 2018


Sounds like you have a smart or programmable shutter release - so a fault could happen at either end of the cable - or the cable itself.

possible causes:
bad battery in the shutter release. try replacing it with a tested new one.
Cable issues, though intermittent. I presume that the cable is not removable from the portion where it can be set. If you try this on another camera body and you have the same problems (and it isn't the battery), then it is either the 'brain' in the control unit or the cable - either of which means you need a new shutter release.
If it works on the other camera without failure, then it is either the plug or the brain of your camera body. If this is the case, recharge your camera battery and try again.
good luck.

Nikon Cameras | Answered on Nov 26, 2018


Best idea is to ask Sheldon

SPOT Cameras | Answered on Nov 26, 2018


Quality Mode Resolution 14MB Internal Memory 256MB xD Picture Card 512MB xD Picture Card HQ 320 x 240 30 fps movie 20 sec. Max movie 6 min. 27 sec. Max movie 12 min.54 sec Max movie SQ 320 x 240 15 fps movie 41 sec. Max movie 12 min. 54 sec Max movie 25 min. 48 sec. movie

Olympus Camedia... | Answered on Nov 26, 2018


This does not appear to be a camera. Please repost this query in a more appropriate forum

Cameras | Answered on Nov 26, 2018


The take-up spindle may be dry, requiring lubrication to prevent drive belt slippage.

Cameras | Answered on Nov 25, 2018


Hi there:
E 61 00 Difficult to adjust focus Inspect the lens block focus reset sensor
E 61 10 Zoom operations fault Inspect the lens block zoom reset sensor
E 62 00 Steadyshot function does not work well. Inspect pitch angular velocity sensor
E 62 01 Steadyshot function does not work well. Inspect yaw angular velocity sensor

The simple solution to fix that error message was to the let the lens fully extend and give the lens a good whack. Possibly this error message for this means, that the auto focus motor was past the maximum set point.

This may sound crazy and this has not happened since I did this but here is what I did to get rid of that error message. I have not had that problem since but here was my steps:
• Turn the camera off
• Hold the camera face down over a hard surface (Like you are going to take of your desk) with only about half an inch above the surface.

OR reference the video files below for an alternate method.
• Turn the camera on
• Let the lens extend into the hard surface, don't let it extend all the way. Mine retracted slightly and then tried to extend again (let it extend the second time).
• Lift the camera away from the hard surface and notice that the error message is gone.
• Take pictures of your favorite things.

Here is the first alternate method (AVI format)
Here is the second alternate method (AVI format)

Hope this helps; also keep in mind that your feedback is important and I`ll appreciate your time and consideration if you leave some testimonial comment about this answer.

Thank you for using FixYa, have a nice day.

Sony Cyber-shot... | Answered on Nov 25, 2018


Hi there:
E 61 00 Difficult to adjust focus Inspect the lens block focus reset sensor
E 61 10 Zoom operations fault Inspect the lens block zoom reset sensor
E 62 00 Steadyshot function does not work well. Inspect pitch angular velocity sensor
E 62 01 Steadyshot function does not work well. Inspect yaw angular velocity sensor

The simple solution to fix that error message was to the let the lens fully extend and give the lens a good whack. Possibly this error message for this means, that the auto focus motor was past the maximum set point.

This may sound crazy and this has not happened since I did this but here is what I did to get rid of that error message. I have not had that problem since but here was my steps:
• Turn the camera off
• Hold the camera face down over a hard surface (Like you are going to take of your desk) with only about half an inch above the surface.

OR reference the video files below for an alternate method.
• Turn the camera on
• Let the lens extend into the hard surface, don't let it extend all the way. Mine retracted slightly and then tried to extend again (let it extend the second time).
• Lift the camera away from the hard surface and notice that the error message is gone.
• Take pictures of your favorite things.

Here is the first alternate method (AVI format)
Here is the second alternate method (AVI format)

Hope this helps; also keep in mind that your feedback is important and I`ll appreciate your time and consideration if you leave some testimonial comment about this answer.

Thank you for using FixYa, have a nice day.

Cameras | Answered on Nov 25, 2018

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