My F707 has become excruciatingly slow to start up lately, taking nearly 10 seconds to be ready for the first shot vs. a mere second that I'm used to. Has anyone else experienced this? Could it be the two-year-old lithium battery causing this?
Any insights are appreciated.
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Hi, There is no setting to change self timer, default time is 10 seconds. However you can reset camera to restore default settings by pressing reset button located under battery compartment, try it as it might correct self timer problem. Thanks.
I did the same thing. What I found out was that it's very important to charge a lithium battery completely on the first use. You probably took it off the charger too soon. If it's not completely charged on the first use it won't be able to hold any charge.
Sadly, I ended up having to buy another one and try again.
that status line was designed together with your OS, it seems that your PC was getting slow in boot..
A number of factors, having little to do with the age or capabilities
or your system, can create excruciating system slowness. They include
Operating System File System (how you've organized files on your PC) Applications Hardware
Windows OS (operating system) is notoriously inefficient, which can
affect performance. The file system also impacts Windows and hardware
performance. How you work with applications can improve system speed,
as can some basic hardware updates.