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If we knew to which equipment your query refers, we may stand a better chance of helping you. Have you looked in the manual ?

Cameras | Answered on Feb 03, 2019

Return to Olympus for service

Olympus SP-570UZ... | Answered on Feb 03, 2019

Either look it up on Google, or contact the manufacturer.

Cameras | Answered on Feb 03, 2019

There's not enough detail to help solve your issue. Can you please post the brand name and model number of the camera?

Cameras | Answered on Feb 03, 2019

I believe the issue is with the lens If the product is in warranty period kindly check with the seller or else you can buy a different lens for your camera I have recently come across a coupon website it has amazing coupons and offers i.e GrabOn I hope this helps.

Samsung Es17... | Answered on Feb 03, 2019

What camera and what settings are you using ?

Cameras | Answered on Feb 03, 2019

Probably corrosion try a spray with Q20 but not too much leave to soak overnight then try, if not please send photo of batter in camera.

Samsung Cameras | Answered on Feb 03, 2019

Try removing battery fully charge then restart camera after 10 min. on the SD card try reformatting and or try other card and ket me know the outcome.

Nikon Cameras | Answered on Feb 03, 2019

Is the camera in airplane or power saving mode?

Nikon D Cameras | Answered on Feb 02, 2019

Use an older, smaller Gigabyte card.

An old 512 or 1Gig card for example

Not high speed card

Polaroid i834... | Answered on Feb 02, 2019

I wouldnt use the 45 CT1 on 5Dmk3. The trigger voltage as I read it is around 400volts and if the serial number is below 534000 it can ve as high as 600V. Canons official line re: trigger voltages is (or used to be) 6volts max but that was for early series DSLRs (300d/350d). The newer line of DSLRs (your 5Dmk3 for instance) are rated to a max of 250volts. The information re: the CL1 claims 6-8 volts and should be okay. The above is assuming use in the hotshoe. Firing via the PC sync socket which is more tolerant to higher voltages, but possibly 400-600v!!! is a whole other subject and I would reccommend against it with the CT1 without further investigation. There are adaptors available (Wein Safe-Sync) which can reduce these high voltages to safe levels but it is it really worth it to use an old flash (Manual only too, E-TTL will not work) on a $2000 camera ?

Canon Cameras | Answered on Feb 02, 2019

Hello, I'm sorry but this error code has nothing to do with Windows software or memory card error as indicated above. The list of error codes can be found at : E:62:10 is a very well known and recurring problem with a lot of Sony camera's and indicates failure of the stabilizer. I found more than 300 forums discussing the problem, please read A temporary solution is available on Hope this helps.

Sony Cyber-shot ... | Answered on Feb 02, 2019

No one sells a suggested replacement, as I like to say "anything can be fixed" so as a non suggested solution to your problem. I could not get an accurate representation on the net but you can replace the battery once you open it to see what the size (dimensions) and specs (voltage and amperage), then at which point we can find someone that makes the battery that would be compatible with that unit. You can also pay a local repair guy to do it. Because none of this is cost effective I'm gonna say just replace it but if you must keep it, that should get you in the right direction. good luck

Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 02, 2019

sd card? plug it into computer
go to my computer
located the drive letter
right click on the drive letter
click format and follow the steps
good luck

Cameras | Answered on Feb 01, 2019

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Cameras | Answered on Feb 01, 2019

A lot of older flash units for film cameras wont work on digital cameras. Old flashes dont have compatible electronics for modern digital cameras. Flash sync is a normal issue. Try setting the camera shutter speed to 1/60 or 1/100 and try that. The trigger voltage may be too high. To use the sunpak 555 you will need the TTL connector to the multiple contact points on the hotshoe. It might be cheaper to get a remote slave for the flash and use it off camera as a small studio flash.

Canon Cameras | Answered on Feb 01, 2019

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