I have an Olympus Camedia D560, it's 3 years old and lately when I try to look at all the pictures that I have taken with the arrow buttons in the menu, it doesn't work at all. It will only let me look at the last picture taken and that's it. Any Ideas?
It would be good to know if you can navigate the menu with the jog buttons. If so, then the card may have failed. If not, the microswitches or the buttons themselves may have failed. You can access these by removing the six phillips screws and carefully prying (do not use metallic objects here) the back cover assembly off. If the plastic buttons are loose individual pieces, they have broken and need replacing. If they are intact, the board has to be replaced and an authorized repair shop is where you need to go.
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When we repair cameras we repair by replacing a part like a button board. Unlike year past when camera could be fixed most often without parts todays digital almost always need parts replaced. Manufactures are producing much cheaper products who's life span is far shorter than the 35mm of the past.
The problem is that the largest xD card that your camera can support is an M or H 512mb card. The 1gb card is not compatible. The firmware in the camera cannot support memory storage with that capacity. The camera came out before those cards did and there no plans to upgrade the camera to allow those types of cards to be supported.
When I transferred those particular pictures to my laptop for some reason they were partially deleted from the camera which gave the 'picture error' message. Deleting that picture completely got rid of the message.
Is that card compatible with that camera. They make HD (high definition) cards (4gig and above) that will only work with newer camera's. Of course, i am speaking of SD cards. But the XD may have a similar feature. That is the exact error i got when i tried to use an HD card in my 5 year old camera. Try downgrading to a smaller memory card. Also, is that memory card exactly as the one you have had prior to this?
Hey Realblond, I would try resetting the camera back to factory specifications. You can do this by selecting mode reset under the shooting mode menu. If this doesn't work I would have it looked at be an authorized service technician. Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
No, it resets itself because it is an older camera.Most older cameras will, once turned off, return to their original settings. So, if you want it to be 76 frames, you will have to do that each time you turn on your camera.