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Re: How do I reset my camera??
I think he is trying to reset his camera back to all the "defaults". There is no "one button" to restore to "default". Per his manual pages 44 and 52 (footnotes) he has to go to each feature and "cancel" to restore to the camereas "defaults". No simpler way I could find or know of for that brand.
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By default, the Network Camera is not password-protected.
The reset button is used to reset the system or restore the factory default settings
Sometimes resetting the system can return the camera to normal operation If the system problems remain
after reset, restore the factory settings and install again
: Press and release the reset button with a paper clip or thin object
Wait for the Network Camera to reboot
: Press on the reset button continuously for over 5 seconds
If your camera does act strange, it is just malfunctioning and you need to contact a service centre.
If there was a bug in the software, all registered users would have had a mail, for a firmware upgrade. I'm afraid there is not such a thing as restore bios.
The deepest restore, is reset settings in the camera to factory settings, but for that, your camera has to work normal.
What settings you can set back and how, you can find in your manual.
There is no such thing as a factory reset with Nikon cameras. The greatest reset (restore costume settings) you can get is in the Custom settings menu.
The first line in that menu is Reset custom settings. If you use that, it will reset more settings, that with the green button restore. It won't involve or switch back switches you have put from AF to M, on the camera body or on the lens.
If your camera does not show and ERR on the Control panel, it is not likely your lans has any problem.
Refer to the manual, to see how you should put all the switches on the camera if you are not sure you did something wrong.
The answer to your problem is to reset your tablet by going into setting and find privacy tap into it and there are backup and restore sections. There is also a section to reset back to factory reset. Tap into it and it will restore back to work.
Holding down the menu button for 5 to 10 seconds usually brings up the reset menu. But if that doesn't help, here's your user manual direct and free from Canon. By the way, just out of curiosity what symptoms is your camera experiencing?
Go to the menus and find the set to default option. This should reset the menus and options to original. Go to the menu section find a setting something like this... such as.. reset all to default or set to factory default or simply RESET.
Check to see if the pictures are saved to the card by taking a picture, then remove the card and play it back in either another camera or use a card reader to read the card.
If these tests shows that no picture was taken or it is all white, then the camera needs repair or has a ccd problem.
Another option is to call Canon Repair at the following page and use the 800 number for calling the repair department. Canon has a trade-up or trade-in program which is a great way to get another camera at a good price. Canon will allow you to trade in your camera for a reasonable price against a refurbished camera plus a cost which is reasonable. A refurbished camera will come with everything it had when new, and will have been restored to original specifications.
This is problem with the sensor. See this link. Canon has acknowledged issues with sensors in some model cameras, including the S400. Instructions are provided on the link to have your camera repaired at no cost, regardless of purchase date. If you don't live in the US, contact your regional Canon service agency. This service notice is effective world-wide.
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