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Cannot move to sd or
Format the SD card using your digital camera then try it again.
Note: All the files in the SD card will be deleted when you format it.
Reply here if you need more assistance.
on Aug 26, 2011
Every few photos is blurry
Try to push the shutter button half way down first so the camera will auto focus first. You should hear the lens move to focus, then press it the rest of the way down to take the picture. Your pictures should be much better quality if you do it this way.
on Aug 23, 2007
Is Konica Revio KD-420Zstill usable
If undamaged, with a fully-charged battery and the correct recording media - probably.
This answer also applies to your other queries, although as it was last produced in 2004, you will be unlikely to be able to obtain a new one.
on Jul 10, 2019
I cannot get my konica
the following memory types are supported byt your camera
SD (Secure Digital) Memory Card / MultiMediaCard (MMC) / Memory Stick / Memory Stick Pro
Do you have a card reader on your computer? We could format the card on the computer and then see if it works with the camera.
Can you tell me the size of the sdcard?
To format the card on your computer plug it into the reader, open my computer and find the card from there, ones you have found the right one from my computer right click and select format, Try formating the memory card to fat 12 or 16 and then when the format is complete insert it into your camera again.
(turn off the camera, insert the card, turn the camera on)
If the memory card still doesn't work plug it to the computer again and this time format it to fat32.
If this ia new sd card with alot of storage do you have a smaller card that already works on the camera?
on Apr 13, 2009
Camera does not switch on
OK Here's the problem and the fix ................... After removing the front cover (six screws) and carefully removing it you will find that the front thin metal cover has a plastic inner section that contains the slider mechanism. The plastic bit is attached to the metal cover by two or three strips of double sided adhesive tape and is a real b*st*rd to get apart, but this is what you have to do, so gently but firmly prise them apart, I raised one end with a watchmakers screwdriver and then used a 20 thou feeler to "cut" through the tapes, which can be reused on reassembly.
Once apart it is obvious how the thing works and the problem was seen to be a return spring that had slipped out of position. Using a large needle this was repositioned so that the cam returned to the "off" position. Reassembly is simply a reverse of this procedure.
The malfunction was caused by a few grains of Australian sand (last week only!) jamming the cam causing extra stress on the spring which jumped out of it's position - and here I mean a spring that is at best only three mills long! A magnifying glass helps.
If you can't work to very fine detail better leave it alone .................. All the best
on Nov 24, 2008
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