I took some photos and sent them in messages or stored them only. Suddenly, I am unable to see the images. They appear to be there but the images look like a blue screen. Properties indicate that a photo is there but I can't see them.
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Please see the following blog article, as it describes the use of a card reader as a much easier, faster, and less error prone way to download your photos. In fact there are several important reasons discussed in the article for using a card reader vice downloading from the camera. USB Card readers are also very inexpensive these day, with cost virtually not an issue:
I would think simple first.It appears your camera can take a photo, but it has problems storeing it.
I've found that it can record images in TIFF-RGB, JPEG or RAW (NEF) format.Try and see if you can change the format of the picture and see if it can store it.
Also, the storage is compactFlash Type II card slot (Microdrive compatible).I don't know what type of microdrive you're using, but try changeing it or see if it can make problems to other cameras(if it's supported).
As a last resort, try restore the default settings of the camera.
Any of these ideas are worth to try...anything but paying 163;206.00 would help :P.Wish you luck, my friend!
There are numerous solutions for importing digital pictures from your camera to your hard drive. You can use Windows Explorer. By doing this, u maintain complete control over where ur digital images are stored on the computer. If you prefer to use an external application, Google's Picasa remains the best solution available. In addition to being a convenient way to manage your images, Picasa also includes common photo editing functions, supports some of the best photo organization works with low level photo data from your camera, and assists in uploading images to the Web or creating slideshows on your local system. Picasa uses the timeline features that shows when images were taken in relation to all your other images (which only works if your digital camera is set to the correct date). Picasa is free for Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Linux.
It sounds like the images are corrupted. On many cameras, a camera-only preview is also stored alongside the image file, so the camera can quickly display the preview without having to spend time decoding the image file.
When you try to apply the zoom, the camera is actually trying to decode the image, which fails because it is corrupted.
This might be due to low battery (unlikely), or bad memory. You might try replacing your memory card.
The following is a listing of the error codes you might see on the status panel of the PhotoMAX Fun! Digital 320 camera:
1.FL - Photo memory is full.
You cannot take more photos. Download and then erase the photos in your camera.
2.FE - Flash memory error.
A camera hardware error occurred. This can happen when the power is shut off before a photo is completely stored in the camera. Do not shut off the power until the green light comes back on steady after you take a photo.
3.bE - Hardware problem.
Turn the power switch on and off and see if the error message disappears. If the error message persists, the camera may need to be replaced.
4.Lo - Battery low.
Replace the camera battery as soon as possible. If you continue to use the camera, picture quality will be poor.
5.LL - Low light condition.
The camera does not have enough light to take a good photo. Improve the subject lighting if possible. Example: When taking indoor photos, add additional room lighting.