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Re: Digital Camera problems
Fresh alkaline or (better yet) lithium AA batteries might solve it. I have discovered that rechargeables (Ni-MH) don't last as long as advertised, and also need charging prior to each use. They will lose as much as 2% of their charge each day, so if charged and not used for a month, they're virtually dead.
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Something is loose, worn or broken in the shutter mechanism. Repairing these is a lot of work. If you have photos you want to save to another device, see if the camera will permit it even with the shutter fault. It may be a better use of your money to transfer the SD card to a different camera and hope you can upload any photos through the other camera than to repair this one. (If the new camera tells you to reformat the card, do not do so if you are trying to recover any photos from it. Once you have recovered the photos, you can let the new camera reformat the card.)
To delete all the photos from your camera, you can either connect it in mass storage mode and delete all the photos that you find in the relevant removable drive or you can select all the photos from the camera itself and delete them ,
I would recommend you to delete the images via your computer as it would help in better selection.
Hi there make sure when your click a snap that time your hand not shaking. After that if you face the same problem then there is a chance of lens error. Its new so your camera under warranty. Just visit service center or Olympus outlet, they will replace the camera. Another thing you can set a shock absorber mode before click the snap from camera setting option . Just try those and please give me a feedback.
The on/off and picture buttons are run from a little ribbon strip that fits under the main pcb. I have pics to help you. Just click on "THE ONLY WAY I KNOW HOW " In the tips & tricks section for my email address.
First check your warranty - you may be able to return it for repair under that - and yes it needs a repair. The metering system is now broken, The chances are you'll recieve a new one as it is more cost effective to them to do this. (keep the batteries)
my camera turns itself of, when i only want to make a photo or a video... i can see the photos i took, but then when i want to switch to the photo/video-making-option my camera says "low battery" and then it's off... would be nice when someone can help me with my problem
mine was same turned out to be flat batteries, bought 4 new and they did not have the power to run it ,went for durracell and it worked fine for 5 photo's, had to stick with re-chargeables and it works fine, good luck
the power on button is located under de lens slyding thing, therefore probably is broken or just need to be glued to do that u will need to open the camera. the other u will need to replace a small battery on the mainboard. good luck