Cameras - Page 7 - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
Canon Speedlite 580 EX II
is your master flash set on a camera? The EX II has something that makes it have a 1 second delay when using sync mode, unless the master flash is set on the camera.
When you sent the camera in did they give you a diagnosis? Even set to macro it shouldn't affect wider angle pictures. My money would be on a fault with the autofocus, sony probably should have replaced the unit. I wouldn't give up on sony though, every cybershot i've used (which quite a few) has always given good results and never had a fault. I agree i've seen plenty of dsc w30's/35's/50's/55's etc models on ebay with breakdown problems of one sort or another, but all manufacturers have problems.
Digital photo frame repair
That all depends upon what is wrong with the frame. I would start by contacting the manufacturer since there are no standardized parts for the frames. Each is made to or for the specifications of the manufacturor and parts may not be interchangeable.
9/6/2021 5:46:33 PM •
on Sep 06, 2021
I have a vivitar vivicam
Having gone over five months without a reply to my query, I assume formatting the card solved the problem.
I purchases a vivitar vivicam
You can download the manual from the manufacturer's web site at
The camera needs a memory card in order to save pictures. You can take pictures without one and view them on the screen, but those pictures are lost when you turn the camera off.
R2j10160g8-84 black&white picture problem
You need to provide a lot more details about the exact nature of the problem, and what you have already tried to do to fix it. The minimal information you have given is not enough for anyone to help you.
9/3/2021 3:52:36 PM •
on Sep 03, 2021
Olympus C-370 LENS GOES OUT, IN AND SHUTS OFF
It is possible that a flexible circuit connector has loosened. This can be checked by removing the covers, DISCHARGING THE CAPACITOR. (The large, black, cylinder beside the lens.) Remove the black Phillips screws holding the LCD and main circuit board and then carefully lifting the circuit and checking the large connector on the back of the main circuit. BE CAREFUL! It is easy to break the flex.
The other, most likely cause is the failure of the Photo Interrupter in the lens. The only solution is to replace the lens and reprogram the camera.
Not finding what you are looking for?