When I go to the camera the screen just flashes on the camera loading sign and the screensaver on the LCD. The phone locks up and I have to take the battery out to start it again. Whats the go with this? Does anyone have any information to help?
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If a fault is detected, then the letter H appears on the LCD screen on top of the camera. The user manual for the ELPH 370Z says on the page that in such circumstances the user must remove the battery from the camera and wait for the H to disappear before replacing the battery. If this does not solve the problem, then the camera is actually junk. It is an APS film camera obsolete and spare parts are no longer available
It's a bad LCD screen or bad video card. If its a laptop, try to hook an external monitor to the video port in the back and see if it has the same problem. If it is the same problem, then you know its the video card and not the monitor screen. If you have a desktop PC that has this problem, its most likely the video card. First try removing the monitor and trying it on another computer to see if the monitor is bad. If not, then remove and replace your video card and restart. If same problem, replace video card with a new one.
so u are saying that ur camera is taking pics perfectly but u r unable to see them on lcd but u can see them on PC is that so then ur LCD is faulty offcourse is there any button to toggle lcd on/off if it doesnt help then my dear get it replaced
but if u can see some signs on lcd like info or something then my friend the problem is bigger than u think it is CCD failure
let me know if i can help u in this more and pls do vote me
There is nothing wrong with your camera - It is doing what it is meant to do!
The purpose of the flashing areas is to drawn your attention to parts of the image that are over-exposed. In an ideal world nothing would ever be overexposed, but if the image has both very dark and very bright areas, the camera cannot capture both - something has to give! The flashing areas are just to let you know.