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No picture My Samsung film camera (Model Maxima Zoom 120 Ti ) was working fine till last two days. But, now when i power it on and press shutter button to take a picture only green & red light glows and no flash takes place (auto flash mode was selected) also picture/film exposure counter does not increment & remains at "1" Ex Normally i keep battery removed from camera when not in use. I have tried by replacing old battery with new one. I have also replaced film with new one (as old one was about to finish except 3 photos!) Pl. help me to troubleshoot this problem. With Best Regards Vikas Jagdale

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It seems that the flex ribbion cable from the camera body to the lense assembly is damaged. A good repairer can replace it.

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How to connect it to my computer

HaHa! You are kidding, aren't you? This camera is a film camera. The only way to connect to your computer is to have the 35mm film developed - then scan the photos into a flash drive. Insert flash into the USB port, and VOILA! Your pictures are on your computer.

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Run the lens out as far as it will go. Look at the gap between the lens base and the camera housing. See if the gap is even all the way around. If it is closer on one side than the other, gently press lens cylinder toward the widest point. If you hear a tiny snap that means the guides have reseated. If that does not work, make sure you have a fully charged battery in the camera, plug the audio/video cable into the camera to disable the display, lay the camera back side down on a smooth firm stable surface, press down the shutter button and hold it down, then power up the camera. If that frees the lens, pick up the camera and point it downward. Using the zoom in and zoom out button, run the lens in and out several times to see if you can dislodge any grit between the lens cylinder and the camera housing.

If these steps do not work and the camera is destined for the trash can, try a couple of other steps. These may damage your camera or fix it.

1. Remove the battery. Grasp the camera by the top and bottom edge. Holding the camera over a couch, bed , or other soft surface, slap the camera front into your cupped other hand, two or three times. Replace the battery and see if it works. If it does, agasin hold the camera face down and run the lens in and out several times using the zoom button.

2. The very last resort is to try to pry the lens out with a slender tool. There is a great possibility you may damage your camera even further, but if you are going to trash it anyway it is worth the risk.If you are able to free the lens using a gentle prying force, again point it toward the floor and rund the lens in and out using the zoom button to try to free any grit or dirt binding the lens.

Missing battery door.

Easily the cheapest solution here would be to look to eBay. I just did a search of completed listings for the same camera and found 48 items in the last 30 days. Most of these used cameras didn't sell even with a starting bid of 99 cents. The market for film cameras is dead right now, so you can pick up a working one really cheap and use that or pick up a dead one and take its door for even cheaper.

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You have a film camera, you should have AF lenses. The AF lenses are larger round then older manual lense as you can have the older Minolta lens will fit the newer cameras, just not auto focus. If your AF is not working with AF lenses, I will assume you have power to the camera (batteries) These camera are not hard to use. To AF the camera, press the shutter down slightly (you can try without film) and it should focus on the center of your shot. Indoor and under low light, they will have trouble with these older AF bodies.

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I have the manual. I'll scan it for you & email it. My problem is that the manual doesn't identify the batteries & I lost the ones I'd removed for storage.

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Ed, The shutter on your camera has become stuck open. This causes the lines across your pictures. If you take the camera outside or shoot in bright lighting conditions the pictures will come out over exposed. The fix for this problem requires complete disassembly of the camera to access the shutter assembly inside the lens. It is a fairly common issue due to the fact that the shutter is such a delicate component. Check with your manufacturer for warranty support or recalls. If they are unable to help you for free, there are repair providers which you can find online who will repair your camera for a reasonable rate. David Millier Advance Camera Repair
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