When I turn on my camera it ask for the time, I put the correct time in but when I turn the camera off then on again it will ask to put the time in again it is not keeping the time, as you would understand it is driving me nuts as I can not take quick photos as I have to put time in first.
can some one help me
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1. Select P on the mode dial.
2. Open the card door and turn on the camera.
3. Hold down the Menu and the OK buttons at the same time for 5 seconds.
4. Olympus E-520 is displayed.
5. Release and again hold down the Menu and the OK buttons at the same time for another 5 seconds.
6. Reset has been done is displayed
7. Press the OK button.
8. Shut the camera off
This is Canon's word on the Err 70 message: - Turn the power switch to <ON> to turn on the power again. - Remove and re-install the battery. - Use a Canon lens. - If the instructions above do not solve the problem, please contact your nearest Canon Service Center.
It appears you have done all this. The camera will need servicing. If it is less than one year old, since date of purchase, you should call 1-800-OK-CANON and put in a claim for failure within warranty, and Canon ought to fix it for you for free.
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First, I recommend you call Canon Repair and explain what happened. This should be covered and sounds like the problem was never fixed right. Canon Service Repair: 866-510-1335. Out of us:tel:001-1-757-222-9025.
Press "Func Set". Scroll up or down to "Drive Mode". Scroll to the right to the icon showing "10" for 10 seconds (the other is 2 seconds). Press "Func Set again.
Put the camera on a table or chair. Press the shutter, and get in the picture!!!
1- Uninstall all of the software related to Canon.
2- Install the drivers for your Canon ONLY.
3- After installing the drivers, plug your camera to a different USB port. (test your USB is working okay by connecting another USB device)
4- TURN YOU CAMERA ON
5- The drivers for your camera will be installed.
6- After it is finished, click start, then computer. Now you should have one Icon starting with canon.....
If you see this icon, double click on it. You will find one or more folders which contain the pictures stored in your camera. You may now download, delete Etc.
You either have not done above steps correctly, or your cable or your USB port is bad.
According to Canon, the backup memory lithium battery (interal) recharges off the main AA batts that you put in... the manual says it takes about 4 hours to charge this battery. When not in use, leave the AA batts in the camera .. see if this helps keep the date/time memory! K