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Looking for power cord & usb cable to connect from polaroid digital photomax fun flash camera

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SOURCE: Fun! Digital 320: "Camera not connected." -- Serial connection

The "Camera not connected" error message indicates a communications problem in the serial port connection between the camera and the computer. Simply put, the computer cannot find the camera it is being asked to connect with. Whenever an external device (digital camera, scanner, Palm Pilot, etc.) is connected to a computer through its serial port, a communications error is possible. There is usually no single "most likely" reason for the conflict -- it could be a hardware issue as easily as it could be a software issue. Fortunately, the most common causes of this error message are also the most easily rectified: 1.Make sure that the camera power is on. 2.Make sure that the camera cable has not been damaged. 3.Make sure that the camera cable is properly connected to both the camera and the computer. 4.Clean out the computer's Temp file.

Posted on Sep 14, 2005

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SOURCE: Why do my Fun! Digital 320 pictures come out blurry?

Blurry images can be caused by any or all of the following: * Distance/Focus range -- the Fun! Digital 320 has a fixed focus range of 3 - 6 feet (1.8 meters) for brightly lit indoor photography, 3 ft. (1 meter) - infinity for outdoor photography. For best results, make sure that the camera is at least 3 feet away from the subject(s) when taking pictures. * Camera/Subject movement -- This is a common cause of blurriness, especially in low-light situations (see Lighting below). Hold the camera as steadily as possible while taking a photo, or use a tripod (a tripod mount is located on the bottom of the camera). Avoid subjects that are in motion. * Insufficient lighting -- the Fun! Digital 320 is designed for taking photos outdoors or in brightly lit environments. Inadequate lighting can exaggerate camera movement and contribute to blurred, "muddied," or uncrisp images. * Lens condition -- Check the lens periodically for smudges. If necessary, wipe the lens clean with a soft, lint-free cloth. Do not use cleaning solutions or chemically treated tissues. * Enlarging images using software -- otherwise normal digital images can appear to become blurry and/or blotchy when over-enlarged in software. To see an image's "true" appearance, use the software's Zoom In or Zoom Out feature to view it at 100%.

Posted on Sep 14, 2005

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SOURCE: "Connection failed" -- USB connection

The "Connection failed" error message indicates a communications problem in the USB connection between the camera and the computer. Simply put, the computer cannot find the camera it is being asked to connect with. There is usually no single "most likely" reason for the conflict -- it could be a hardware issue as easily as it could be a software issue. Fortunately, the most common causes of this error message are also the most easily identified: * Make sure that the computer's operating system is USB compatible. Microsoft Windows 95 and NT operating systems are not compatible with USB technology. (In addition, PhotoMAX and PhotoImpression software cannot be installed on Windows NT systems.) If you have an incompatible operating system, you must upgrade to Windows 98, Me or 2000 to use a USB connection. Your computer must also have the appropriate USB connectors. NOTE: This camera cannot make a USB connection with a computer running Windows XP. * Make sure that the camera power is on. Follow the camera instructions to turn the camera on. Some cameras conserve battery power by turning off automatically after a few minutes of inactivity. If necessary, install new batteries or connect the camera to AC power (if it has an AC power adapter). * Make sure that the camera is correctly set to access images. Make sure the camera is turned on and that its mode dial (if it has one) is correctly set for transferring pictures to the computer. Refer to the camera user guide for more information. * Make sure that the camera cable has not been damaged or become disconnected from the computer. Confirm that both of the connectors are firmly attached. Check the cable for breaks, kinks or other defects, and check the connectors for bent or broken pins. If the cable is broken or kinked, obtain a new cable.

Posted on Sep 21, 2005

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SOURCE: Polaroid i737 usb cord

I was in need of a new USB cord for my Polaroid i737 as well. This was a problem for me because thee SD card I use with my i737 is a HC card and can only be read by/through my camera. Thankfully, I managed to find one on E-bay and purchased it.

However, if you are using a non-HC SD card for your camera, I would suggest just using an SD card reader to transfer your photos from your card to your computer.

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SOURCE: how do i upload pictures from my polaroid a300

Easiest way...forget the cord. Use a card reader to download your pictures to a folder you create on your desktop.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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Polaroid photomax se: how do I turn it on; where does the memory card go; is there an online users manual


There are four buttons on the top of the camera. Looking at the back of the camera and numbering them from left to right as 1,2,3,and 4, the on/off button is number 1. Your camera does not use a memory card...it only uses the internal memory of the camera. If you copy and paste this address into your browser, you can download a copy of the users manual. http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:3LhHQaK3CyAJ:www.polaroid.com/media/document/fun_640se_qs_rev1.pdf+Polaroid+PhotoMax+Fun+Flash+640SE&hl=en&gl=us&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEESg4CJIWWZoVuHmHEapV5-UBM-MHOqUpM1XIBSxkbZz93C5zd39b0T1KDt48oAACUUR3kCqeOtAzSzhaCVtsvFX8_8ptdYBJBSYRmEAlvwTpsRceIpo37wX7X0uU7ba-wsBvw2lI&sig=AHIEtbRESqAXcLS7AhgXMm-CFzcRt-Abng

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Missing computer cord


does your camera have a usb connection ? because if it does you can buy that at places like walmart,or special electronic places. or you might have to go to a place where they does pictures and get them to download all of the pictures to a cdrom

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Can not find out why it is that the USB connection won't work


Is this camera and its software from the Win98 era? If so it is likely the software is not compatible with XP patch not with standing. Go to Start/Control Panel' Add/Remove software and remove the Polaroid software. Restart the computer. Now simply plug the camera in and go to my computer- XP will put the camera up as another drive You do not need software to upload images in XP.

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"No camera is connected" -- USB connection


The "No camera is connected" error message indicates a communications problem in the USB connection between the camera and the computer. Simply put, the computer cannot find the camera it is being asked to connect with. There is usually no single "most likely" reason for the conflict -- it could be a hardware issue as easily as it could be a software issue.

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Can I use the Fun! Flash 640 with a USB port?


A 9-pin serial connection must be available on your computer to connect a PhotoMAX Fun! Flash 640 digital camera. This camera model does not have a USB driver, so a USB-to-serial adapter will not function properly.

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Windows NT4 and Windows 2000


Windows 2000 A new camera TWAIN driver (version 0.1) compatible with Windows 2000 is now available for download. The new TWAIN driver will allow photo transfer using most image viewing or editing programs that are TWAIN compatible. NOTE: In order for the version 0.1 driver to work correctly, the PhotoMAX software must also be compatible with Windows 2000. The PhotoMAX SE software originally included with the Fun! Flash 640 is not compatible with Windows 2000. If you use your camera and computer with the original PhotoMAX SE software, contact the Polaroid Parts Department for more information about purchasing a PhotoMAX software upgrade. Windows NT4 No TWAIN driver is available for use with Windows NT4.

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Can I use my Fun! Flash 640 digital camera with other software applications?


Yes, you can use your Polaroid Fun! Flash digital camera with many popular image-editing software applications. The Fun! Flash is TWAIN-compliant and comes with its own image acquisition software, which is automatically installed when you install PhotoMAX. Just open your image-editing software and select Polaroid Fun! Flash as your acquisition source.

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What is included with the Fun! Digital 320 camera?


# Fun! Digital 320 Camera # Serial interface cable # 9-volt battery # PhotoMAX quick start guide # Polaroid PhotoMAX Image Maker Software CD-ROM

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