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Cameras | Answered 4 hours ago | 20 views


If you have formatted the card, as per your other post, then there will be no images upon it.

Cameras | Answered 4 hours ago | 26 views


If you can, put it in your PC and format it to NTFS, then put it back in your camera, it should then format it to FAT32, or at least allow you to use it.

Cameras | Answered 4 hours ago | 26 views


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Cameras | Answered 7 hours ago | 23 views


You may have to format the card in the camera. Save any existing images first.

FUJIFILM FinePix... | Answered 9 hours ago | 151 views


If you can, after switching on, quickly press to go into settings, and find the timer switch off spot, and adjust it to make it turn off to never, if possible, and see if that helps. If it does, go back and adjust again to a lesser time like two minutes, or your camera will eat batteries.

Praktica DCZ... | Answered 10 hours ago | 58 views


GENTLY try to spray some air into the lens area with a can of air or an air compressor (100PSI or less). There might be dust or sticky something in the works. Good luck.

Cameras | Answered 15 hours ago | 31 views


Check for bubble gum on the lens, you might be getting robbed

Samsung Cameras | Answered 16 hours ago | 27 views


Why post queries concerning motor vehicles in a forum intended for queries relating to Cameras ?

Cameras | Answered 20 hours ago | 25 views


Again, this seems to be some kind of heating appliance, not a Camera.

Cameras | Answered 20 hours ago | 20 views


Your query does not appear to relate, either directly or indirectly, to a Camera. Although you have given no information about the item, I believe it could be some kind of thermostat controlling heating, yes? If so, there is sure to be a more appropriate forum for you to post your query.

Cameras | Answered 22 hours ago | 25 views


Sounds like the contact pins in the camera have been damaged so they no longer match up correctly with the card. Use magnifying glass you may be able to see the damage. HAPPENS when card is not pushed down evenly.
i recommend inserting all cards with both thumbs keeping card straight. Common damage, in many CAMERAS from wrongly inserted cards. I've replaced many over the years.
Can be a very pricey lesson for some.
Or sometimes can ride off the camera, deeming it un-economical as parts can cost a lot more then camera is worth.

Nikon Coolpix... | Answered Yesterday | 124 views


The file needs to be converted into a different format like the software that came with the camera, digital pro or something like that.
lens fault is the flexible circuit which zoom the lens in and out.
Wears out, common fault with most compacts.
it's worth fixing, technician can pick up replacement flex at a reasonable price.

Cameras | Answered Yesterday | 44 views


I have had the same problem.
Here where I live is a renouned camera repairman.
I took it to him and received the bad news.
He said the "frame" was bent , and it could not be repaired.
It needed to be replaced.
I am really suspicions yours may be also.

We here at "fixya" have no prices or parts for anything.
We are only a consulting group of people.
God bless your efforts.

Ricoh Cameras | Answered Yesterday | 35 views


Could you possibly whisper an English translation of this statement, please ?

Cameras | Answered Yesterday | 24 views


I believe that when an electronic device is described as 'bricked', that is because to all intents and purposes it is totally inert. You will probably have to replace it.

Samsung Galaxy S... | Answered Yesterday | 39 views


This issue is more to do with Facebook than the camera - have you tried asking for assistance on there ?

Sakar Vivitar... | Answered Yesterday | 62 views


Try removing the batteries and re-install to reboot the chip.
If still same problem more than likely an internal part has failed.
Most cameras cost more to fix than they are worth. Suggest in that case to upgrade to a newer model.

Fuji FinePix... | Answered Yesterday | 39 views


The easiest way I’ve found was to email the pictures to my computers then to the memory card when installed

Cameras | Answered Yesterday | 45 views


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