WHEN I PRESS THE ACQUIRE BUTTON I GET A PICTURE OF A BALD EAGLE AND THE TEXT SHOWS HOW TO COPY 35MM SLIDES. I WANT TO SCAN AND SAVE COLOR BLACK AND WHITE DOCUMENTS PLUS PICTURES ON MY SCANNER. HOW CAN I GO BACK TO THIS SITE?
Re: hOW TO GET FROM 35mm COPYING TO REGULAR COPYING
Configure your scan buttons in the bottom right corner of your screen (when you click on the scan icon in taskbar). This will help you to go back where you want to be. You may find it easier to use XP's inbuilt scanning facility instead or scan via Photoshop.
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Press the self-timer button located just right of the LCD control panel and confirm that the one-handed clock shows on the panel. Full details are in the "Self-Timer Operation" section on page 40 of the manual. If you need a manual you may download a copy from here. Start the timer by pressing the shutter release button as usual. Custom Setting 9 controls the duration of the timer.
Press the self-timer button located just right of the LCD control panel and confirm that the one-handed clock shows on the panel. Full details are in the "Self-Timer Operation" section on page 40 of the manual. If you need a manual you may download a copy from here.
Press the button down further. The shutter release button on these types of cameras has two modes, half way down causes the camera to autofocus, all the way down causes it to shoot. If the camera is in autofocus mode, it will not fire until it feels that is focused.
The camera may be set to do a multiple exposure and you must take the camera off this setting back to normal mode to remedy this. 1. Look at the top of the camera from the back - on the far left is the knob with the BKT, FLASH, and ISO buttons. On the bottom of the outside of this knob there is a small ring and also a small black unlabeled button to the top left of the knob. 2. Press and hold the small button 3. Turn the ring until it shows the "S" setting
Then fire the shutter - the camera should operate as normal and advance the film after the shutter firing. If it still does not, then your film advance motor may be bad and need to be replaced or repaired.