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Concord eye q 4360z
Well they are correct for so many small electronics these days- not always a bad product- simply the way these things are made on huge machines - there is no human intervention- ie. soldering minuscule parts on tiny circuit boards-possible.
Buyit -breakit- binit seems to be the order of the days- Kettles/Toasters/Irons /All the same All made in China all not worth tuppence
on Aug 21, 2007
Broken zoom lens...
This is a pretty usual type of problem. The lens assembly is composed of some lens and some servomotors that will move them around or focus them properly in order to get a sharp picture. This is a delicate part of any camera. Sometimes one of the small parts in the lens assembly get out from their positions and damages or jams other components there. Therefore when you start the camera it produces weird noises as it tries to extend the lens. A camera doesn't know where the lens are at the moment you start it. It will power up the motors for a small amount of time, as it knows that if the motor works for about 1-2 sec the lens should move and extend. If this doesn't happen the camera gets confused and gives you errors or makes strage noises as it powers on the motor but it can't move the lens because they got jamed or are fully extended.
Only a service center can fix this because lens mechanisms are very fragile and require specialised hardware to be realigned or repaired. In your case it would be adviceable to ask them an estimate of the repair, for you to know if it's worth it. It can be a simple job like putting back the piece that got out of place, but also it can be a situation in wich the whole lens assembly must be changed because of extensive damage recieved when the motor forced the lens to extend. It is also a good thing to do, NOT to power on the camera anymore as it can damage itself furthermore.
Sorry as I can't give you more detailed tips, this isn't the do-it-yourself type of repair, even the service centers are having problems with this repairs. Good luck however, maybe it's a simple thing.
on Mar 17, 2007
The camera tells me the
Look at your memory card. SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card.
on Apr 30, 2011
How do i know if
In order to test the memory card you may please shoot a few pictures and then try to transfer them on to the computer.
Also, you may take the card out and connect it with a card reader.
Try to create a file on that and save it.
These cards are storage devices like the USB Pen drives we use.
If you are able to get data on and off it, it is working just fine.
You may format the card and then use it on your camera.
If you require any further assistance, please comment and let me know, and I will be happy to assist you to further resolve your issue.
I will appreciate your feedback and positive rating for this solution.
on Jan 23, 2011
My concord 6340Z will not
Unfortunately, if the manual states a card size, that is usually the largest card the camera will accomodate. I'm not sure if it would take a 1 gig card, you never know till you try.
Wish I had better news, but I have an old Olympus and it won't take any card larger than the 500 mb card.
on Sep 15, 2010
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