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I'm sorry to inform you that the MVCFD85 Camera does not have a Memory Stick slot. The medium using in the Mavica FD camera is floppy disc.
The MSAC-FD2M floppy disk adapter can be used in some FD Mavica digital cameras. With the help of the above mentioned Floppy disc adapter, you can insert a memory stick inside the adapter and insert it in to the floppy disk drive on the camera.
Recheck the wires to make sure that you are calling the outdoor unit to cool! Wires that call for cooling are R to Y and R to G calls indoor fan on! This usually happens at the same time in the thermostat when call for cooling is tripped, Green wire turn signal to indoor fan on and Yellow wire fire 24v to the contactor oudoors to the compressor and outdoor fan. Check all wires for contact an breaks.
I checked the book, this means a camera malfunction that you cant reverse, but they say using the reset on the bottom of the camera will fix, this is a tiny hole under the lens area, you have to push in with a pin, this erases all settings, will have to reset day date ect. Hope this helps, margaret
So far, I haven't had this happen with my CD1000. I have had the camera and two batteries since two years ago last October. The charge times are definitely less these days, but I don't lose the charge totally.
You might want to check this site http://www.mavican.nu and see if anyone there has had this problem. It is more directed at Mavica users (although many have other Sony cameras as well). There is a guy there who fixes these Mavica cameras, perhaps he may have an idea for you. Good luck!
Basically you bought the wrong camera for your needs. The 95 can not do well under the conditions you describe. The ISO is fixed and to low for the amount of light you have available. The viewfinder begins to darken after the lens is wide open and the shutter speed is increased further. There are three possible cures. More light, not possible in your situation, faster lens or higher ISO, again not possible with your camera. Maybe you could convince them to play in the dayight. :)
The most useful upgrade to a Mavica 91 would be the addition of an external flash with a slave trigger. You would get a standard flash bracket at any camera store to hold the flash. I use a Vivtar 283 flash with a Vivitar SL-2 trigger. It completely eliminates any problems with the 91's flash power.
Because of the Mavica 91's 52mm lens threads the entire range of available filters that film photographers have been using for years becomes open to you. This includes telextenders and wide-angle addons.