I have two year old kyocera finecam S3R. It's lense and the flash light are not going back inside. And because of that it's not starting also. Even after replacing the old batteries with new ones it's not working. Any idea what can be wrong?
Hi. I have exactly the same problem after owning this "camera" for under two years. Happened aftrer only 16mths.I also bought another battery(which I willl take back for a refund). The only solution that has been offered to me came from the supplier who said to buy ANOTHER one. Nice for them!!!!
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There are tiny Li batteries to maintain the short term memory for interim period. Normally they last very long but unexpected can be expected. You may not have enough tools to open it & reach there. Either go to camera repair or just entering it everytime or give it to the kids & buy new one instead of repair.. [email protected]
The brand isn't important. The 8GB card is an SDHC(secure digital high capacity) card and the smaller one is an SD. Your camera may not be able to use an SDHC card. Try formatting it in the camera before giving up on it.
Kyocera does not list the S3X, but the driver software listed for the S3R will probably work for you. NOTE: according to the site, the driver is only needed for Windows 98 and 98SE. Windows 2000, Me, and XP are plug and play (no software needed). Vista and Windows 7 may or may not be supported. You can download the driver here:
it is a problem with the exposure of the pitchers it could be the lens or shuter or the chip behind the lens its not letting any light in,, best to drop it off at a camera shot to see how much it is to fix it,, but you may find its cheeper to buy a new camera
The Kyocera web site tech support, will have that information
Manually pulling and pushing a stuck zoom lens will run it,
It is a very delicate mechanism, and there will be no service option if it is broken.