For the past two years, my camera has been in working order. now for whatever reason, my camera chord will not fit into the camera. there is something wrong with the alignment. i have tried constantly but it never seems to go all the way through. therefore i am not able to load any pictures online anymore. is there anything i can do to fix the alignment in the camera?
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Re: camera and cord not in sync
It sounds like the camera's USB port may be damaged. Have a close look at the port and the cable, too. If it looks like the cable is bent in some way, then you could replace it. If it's the USB port on the camera then it would cost more than the camera to have it repaired.
Purchase a USB card reader from your local electronics store - Best Buy or whoever. Plug this device into your computer and then insert the camera's SD Card. The card reader acts just like a regualr drive on our computer. With this method there is less chance of damage to the hardware.
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Check you have selected 'sync start'. The ACMP selection activates the automatic chords but not the rhythm, so each note produces a droning chord. Sync start activates the automatic chords and rhythm you have selected when you play anywhere near the bottom end of the keyboard. Alternatively you can manually press play to start the drums by themselves and then the chords will begin the moment to play with your left hand.
you can attach it to any camera with a hotshoe or sync outlet. Any modern digital or antique film DSLR/SLR should accept it. The only requiement is that you get the correct Sync cord to connect to the camera. you may need to look up the specific cord online, but since KMart uses the name Focal for their line of photographic equipment, find a large KMart with a good photo section and tell the clerk you wish to use your MPF-700t with your ??? (canon/Minolta/Olympus/Nikon/Etc. ) camera and ask them to order you the Sync Cord.
You are a teacher, and you don't know the difference between a chord and a cord ? Amazing. I think anyway you mean a lead - the one you require has a plug on one end to fit the projector, and a plug on the other to fit the camera. Look in the respective manuals.
try a different signal source (tape player, cd player etc) and see if the sound gets into your device, if it doesn't see that sound either, then the problem is with the digitech and not your midi keyboard. The digitech doesnt have midi chords, just analog so I'm a bit confused when you say MIDI. I have the digitech vocalist IV and it doesn't have midi in or out either. only analog in, also two XLR's and etc. great machine by the way, I'm sorry to hear yours has quit working for whatever reason.