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Re: picture very dim on screen
You obviously have a problem with your lens. The fact that it cannot focus may mean there is something subtle in the lens that may cause it to focus on it instead. I suggest taking it to an electronics store and have it checked over. I'm glad i had the chance to help you. Good Luck!
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you did not state the brand of your TV. I suppose this is flat panel/Lcd TV. If yes, problem is from the inverter/bulb. The bulb/inverteris defectcive that is why the picture is dim. The picture won't bright up because of this.
Inform me if you want to do the replacement on your on.
The flashing Orange light means the charge is flashing. The flashing Green light means the focus and exposure are not correct.
Have you recently replaced the batteries? Or are you using rechargeable batteries? Lack of enough "Juice" could allow for the flash to not charge up (Orange) therefore not allowing the camera to get the correct exposure (Green). I would try new fresh batteries or a new battery pack. If that doesn't fix the issue it must be a bad circuitry in the body that is shorting not letting the flash charge.
yes! those are the screen and focus adjustments. 3 for screen, 3 for focus. try this. go in menu....turn down color, brightness, contrast all they way down. you should then have no picture, but in your case a little red. then go to back of tv and turn those 3 screen adjustments all the way down. slowly turn the screens back up until you get barely a picture. because remember, your brightness and contrast is all the way down. the picture should be dim but seeable and with red, green, blue adjustments, make it a black and white picture. when balanced..... turn up color , brightness, contrast in menu. enjoy!
This is because the camera will not expose a picture until the auto focus is locked. If you are shooting in dimly lit conditions, the AF might have a hard time obtaining a lock. Using the flash as auto focus assistance many time helps in this condition.
Another reason might be that you try to focus on even surfaces with low contrast. The auto focus work by sensing contrast. Even surfaces, such as a white wall or the sky, have very little contrast, therefore the auto focus will not be able to obtain a lock.
The solution here is to point the AF sensor at something with more contrast, such as an eye, a pole, or basicly anything that have edges/lines.
I hope this help you!
there is a problem in the flyback section of the tv set. the fly back has two knobs, one for screen and the other for focus. use the screen knob to adjust the brighness. if it did not help, either check the capacitors around the flyback or change the fly back with a new one. good luck
The green light just has to do with "manual focus" it isn't supposed to stay on... When you see a blue screen, that means you have the camera on the setting to where you can see your pictures. You should be able to tell the difference, there is OFF, A play button that shows you your pictures, and a camera for when you are ready to take pictures