Question about Olympus SuperZoom 80G 35mm Point and Shoot Camera
Well my camera was in a very good condition till yesterday but today it not working at all.actually yesterday my mom double cliked the photo button simultaneously and jus then a voice started coming and then it stopped and now my camera is not getting started.i have taken out the film and removed the batteries.plz help me as soon as you can.
Try using a good program like Photoshop and when you adjust for printing...make sure you DO NOT subsample the image so it can fit on a 4x6 photo paper page. What I mean by that, is in fact reduce the image to fit on such a small page but do not kill the resolution.... In Photoshop, you would open up Image Size under the Image menu and turn uncheck resample image...as you adjust for paper size...you will notice that your resolution stays intact on the top of the window. I assume that is your problem since the 2500 is highres and should give you fantastic results in a 4x6 format.....
Posted on Sep 06, 2005
i have an olympus fe-100 even with a new battry when swith on the lens move out & back in , then two light green & orange flash 10 times & stop
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
On the toplate of the camera, to the left hand side, is a button which slides to the left. It is marked with a film cassette outline, and two arrows to the left <| <|
At any time, you can use this button to rewind the film back into the cannister. It should make a whirring noise for 5-10 seconds, and will stop automatically.
If it makes no noise, you may have a flat battery, or the film may already be rewound.
You can insert new power (battery) without affecting the film cassette, if need be.
However, if really unsure, then:
1) Slide the rewind button to rewind(i.e. to the left).
2) Familiarise yourself with where the back opening latch is.
3) Go into a pitch black room. Preferably under a quilt in a pitch black room.
4) Open the back and take out the cassette. If it comes freely, its probably fully rewound. If its still attached to the take-up spool by film, then (holding the film by the edge only) pull on the film to release it slowly from the take up spool. Whilst it can be quite a tug, they are designed to let go of it "under protest". (Do not pull it so hard that you strip the gears, but fairly firmly).
5) Using the spool winder on the top of the cassette, wind the trailing film back into the cannister. If you've never seen a 35mm cassette, then in the dark one end has an elevated round part, the other end has a void into the cassette. You can tell the elevated part, and start winding - it should only wind one way and feel like its winding onto the reel (wind the other way and it feels like its unwinding - even in the dark!)
6) Only when you are sure film is in the cannister, can you turn on the light.
Films are very sensitive to light, so if you do not feel comfortable doing this procedure in total darkness, go to a photo processing store who will do this for you, usually for no charge (other than the hope you'll let them process the film). They put your camera in a sort of black pillowslip, but the procedure is the same.
Hope this helps
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
On your computer there is a Recycle bim icon. If you did not empty this Recycle Bin the when you open this Recycle Bin you can left click on the folder you had deleted then click on File then click Restore.
This folder will then be returned to its previous location with your photos.
Posted on Jun 03, 2012
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