Question about Photography
Yes, it can be done. Here are the steps to copy them over:
1. Turn on your camera
2. Press the button to view the pictures you have taken (the button that has the green sideways triangle with the green square around it).
3.Press the Menu/Ok button
4. Arrow down to "Copy"
5. Press the Menu/Ok button
6. To copy the photos from the internal memory to an SD card simply hit Menu/ok button again.
7. Arrow down to "All Frames" and then press Menu/Ok
8 It now asks you to confirm. To continue copying the pictures over, press Menu/Ok again.
9. It will now begin copying your pictures over.
There you go. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
Possible you got a bad film cassette. In the original Polaroid camera packs they had batteries which actually powered the whole camera. The batteries may be dead or not have much charge in them. They are good for a couple years and as you indicate the expiration is up in another month... Good luck
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
I am not sure if this advice will work for your model, but it does work for other Canon models.
There is a DISP button on the back. When you push it in, it will turn off the LCD display. Hit it again, and it will keep the display off but show the on-screen icons. Push it again, and the LCD will turn back on. I may be wrong about the order it cycles, but it will cycle through the various modes.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
SOURCE: I put a fresh new
try to take a few more photos or try use pack of films.
If same things happen, mean the shutter lens is spoil. it don't allow light to enter and develop the films.
Send it to repair shop to fix it
Posted on Sep 28, 2012
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