When we turn on the camera it says it is on movie only even when you change the setting it only brings on the video camera, it is a A350, and by the way I got this second hand, and it is not new. it will take movie but no pictures, or will it display anything it only shows the camera to do videos. could you tell me what the prob is and maybe how to fix it?? when we got it it needed a new lcd so we put one in and did not mess with any of the other parts of the camera, did I do something wrong to make it only shoot movies? Debra
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I guess that when you changed the LCD the flex strip cable to the switch on the back panel was disturbed. Try re-seating The flex strip in it's connector. Otherwise the switch itself may have sprung apart or be broken. Online auctions are a good source of spare parts!
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It's called "shutter lag"...a common problem with all point and shoot cameras. To avoid it, press the shutter button half-way and allow the camera to lock in the focus (it will beep) before pressing the rest of the way.
Did you change your camera video's settings? There is an option where you can set it to a lower definition, like for videos. To change, choose the camera setting "Video" Then, Press the Left Or Right Arrows.
unless your camera was set to less than 1mp your pics would print fine even at 1 or 2 mp at 4x6 size-this may not be the problem-go into your menu and you can change the resolution-if pics are still messed up tell me what they look like and i'll try to help or send me samples
Hey johannek, What is most likely going on is the camera settings were changed somehow while out for service. What you are seeing is either digital noise the file quality has been changed. I always suggest setting a camera to the highest possible setting because you can always reduce an images size, but you can never increase the images size. If that's not the cause of your problem it is most likely digital noise, which is usually caused by the cameras sensor being set too sensitive (too high of an ISO). I would make sure both of these camera settings are set right. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
Troubleshoot by connecting the video cable from the yellow A/V output port of the camera to the video input port of you TV to see if you get video image on the TV screen. You need to set the switch in your camera to video mode (middle) and PAL or NTSC. If you do not see video picture with the camera on then you know that your camera video/movie mode is not working.
The sliding button above the LCD display has three settings. You need to slide the button to the right, A camera icon for taking pictures, a movie camera in the middle and the green arrow on the left to view pictures and movies taken
Okay this file size is very small and even if you could chage the settings on your camera to the lowest , I'm sure the filesaize will still eb too large.
What to do is use a photo editing program such as adobe or maybe even something else you can get for free. when saving the image you will be able to enter the image size or select what quility, the lower the quality the lower the file size.
To check the file size of an image just right click on it and go down to properties, remember 1mb is equal to 1024kb
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