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You should make sure that the SD card you've inserted into the camera has a specification that meets or exceeds the speed required by your video camera. Consult the camera manual to find this information - and optionally - recommended brand and SKU numbers.
Typically, this speed class value is on the label and is expressed as a number inside the letter "C" or letter "U" depending on card type. If the speed of the card is not fast enough, the video camera may refuse / fail to write to the card. Please check the link below for full details:
In the 1950 & 1960's, shops went to a labor manual & gave you a price In most cases doing that they lost money
Today things take forever just to get to & longer to resolve. Your main concern should be to find a shop that can actually find & resolve things & in the near future try & learn how to do all you own work,mainly just to have it done correctly & not butchered
There is no reason you can't raise up a jimmy,support it & get under there & figure out shift linkage
If your asking about the dash indicator, there is a string that pulls that to the gear positions,that is easy to resolve
1. Do not save any new file to memory card. 2. Connect your card to computer. You should see memory card shown as a drive letter (like H:) in My Computer. 3. Download recovery software, recommended one is asoftech photo recovery (simply because i was using it and it worked) http://www.asoftech.com/apr/ 4. Install and open the photo recovery program, select your memory drive, and click 'Start' button to start scanning process which will find your deleted photos.
Yes very easy with a razor sharp knife you will need to cut it in middle. When you did that you will have this [ ] [ ] if you put in the right part you will record video to sd card and the left side will put pictures on sd card , when ur done just put them together with some tape again and same thing next time
I just got a used one from a family member (the white one). If you open the battery compartment, there's a little slot that the SD card goes in. It's really easy to overlook, I spend about a half hour trying to figure out where the dumb thing went.
yes, I found the manual downloads on Canon's webpage. I wish I could figure out how to transfer my tape videos to a computer. I bought the $50,00 DV-1394 cord and nothing happens--computer doesn't recognize the camera.
When you use an SD card in mulitple cameras, each camera creates it's own folder beneath the DCIM folder. I'm not sure if you have a program that automatically opens when you insert the SD card in your reader, but perhaps you can try double clicking on "My Computer" and locating your reader/SD card and opening that folder manually. Once you're there, open the DCIM folder and see if there are multiple folders inside. Open each one to see if you can locate your pictures.
If you have a program that opens automatically when you insert the SD card you'll need to figure out how to tell it to look in other folders.