My camera boots up, but when I get to the photo screen, it remains blue, then a message comes on saying to turn power off and on again. I do this, but still get no where, this message repeatedly comes up. Batteries are fully charged.
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In lesser digital camera chips, this is typically "vertical smear". It is especially apparent if there is a much brighter light source in the image. I.E., a street lamp on a dark street. I have used an early version of the Mavica and experienced this type of situation with that camera, so am assuming that this is typical throughout the Mavica model line. The work-sround is be particular about the lighting situations you shoot with the camera.
I checked the book, this means a camera malfunction that you cant reverse, but they say using the reset on the bottom of the camera will fix, this is a tiny hole under the lens area, you have to push in with a pin, this erases all settings, will have to reset day date ect. Hope this helps, margaret
I've come across a few infolithium batteries which show empty but they have been fully charged. It turned out to be the circuitry in the battery which is supposed to tell you how much power is left being faulty. Both were replaced under warranty.
When the fault occured in a Sony 505V the battery was still fully useable apart from the icon flashing flat battery.
Bob: the Mac will never show what is on the disk.....and you don't hgave to finalize either.
Do you have Image Capture on your units? If so, all you need to do is connect the camera via USB cable to the computer. The program will come on automatically (the camera has to be on), you can choose to download some or all of the pictures to a folder of your choice.