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4 Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) Batteries w/Charger included.
• 8 MB SmartMedia Card included. On the web it says that Two 8MB SmartMedia Card included.
• 6 Step Manual White Balance/ Color Temperature Control.
• Burst Mode: up-to 5 images in 1/3 second intervals at any resolution.
• External Flash Sync/PC flash connector.
• 3 position quick focus settings: 1.3ft, 8 ft., and infinity.
• Battery Saving Mode.
• Rapid Fire Capabilities all resolution modes (even with the flash on).
• 6 Mode pop-up flash system, including Auto, Red Eye Reduction, Fill in, Fill in with External Flash, External Flash and Flash Off.
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You'll need an appropriate cable and input on your TV. Most newer TVs and HDMI and most newer cameras have mini-HDMI ports. Just get a mini HDMI - HDMI and plug them in if your TV and camera have that feature.
It is not worth repairing at such a cost as it is bettter that you can buy a newer model with an extra bit more. Also sometimes it is possible to get the spares freely from a repair store from a camera which was scrapped for a optical failure.
So until you get one for a cheaper cost the best option is to buy a newer model with better features. Some companies are taking old models for an exchange and this must also be checked .
The T1i does not have this feature, like most digital SLR cameras. You should just look through the viewfinder to take the photo, which gives you a much more precise view of the photo, where you can better assess the correctness of focus, etc. This feature is called "Live View" and is available on some newer or higher end models.
Not sure where you are in the world but in Canada the repair would be about $80.00 plus our taxes so it's iffy on repair. I'd suggest not repairing and invest in newer technology. Also I'd keep the camera you have for an outdoor camera I'd beat the heck out of a cell phone grab shot. When looking for a replacement I would suggest looking into Olympus, Canon, Nikon and Pentax models. The newer compact cameras have tons of features so you really need to research them. Cheers best of luck with your new camera
Auto focus makes noise? Its been jarred outa position or tiny mirror behind main mirror outa alignment.
AF silent? AF module needs replaced = repair shop.
Considering what you'll pay for the repair, buy another Maxxum on Ebay for less and give the 5000 to a repair guy for parts to repair others.
That generates goodwill with the repair guy. Maybe a discount on a future repair, and get you a newer Maxxum with better AF, more features, less weight, it will use all your current stuff except flash, and you'll save $$ over the repair price.
Look for a 500xi, 700 xi, 50, 70, 5, XTsi or HTsi.