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My Nikon Coolpix S220 will not turn on. What can be the problem?

It may be that the battery is worn out. It shows a charge in volts, but not enough milliamps to work the camera. Do you have spares?
12/1/2022 5:33:47 AM • Nikon Cameras • Answered Yesterday • 15 views
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I dropped our KX-TGA659 model handset and lost the digital display. Is there anything I could do to restore the digital writing on the screen?

The only thing you can try is a full strip down and check the connectors to the screen display. They may be a ribbon connector.
12/1/2022 4:03:45 AM • Cameras • Answered Yesterday • 17 views
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Can someone tell me were i can find a driver disk for fujifilm ask2000

I don't know about a driver disk. You can download the legacy drivers for the ASK-2000 here: https://www.fujifilm.com/uk/en/business/photofinishing/downloads#legacysupport . I hope this helps. Note: this probably doesn't include any third-party apps that came with the thermal photo printer. I can't find any software for the ASK-2000 outside of the UK support page. Cindy Wells
12/1/2022 12:46:04 AM • FUJIFILM Cameras • Answered Yesterday • 18 views
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Canyon fixa Nebo Mycro keychain flashlight yourself?

most likely need battery here is instructions copy and paste https://cdn.amplifi.pattern.com/730b494e-455d-4fcc-9365-e5c22ebe7935 ..
11/30/2022 6:27:47 PM • Cameras • Answered 2 days ago • 13 views
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Just got iclever Boostcell ECE series external battery charger, where is the plug for me to charge the battery charger before I use it?

Have you looked in the manual for advice ?
11/29/2022 3:58:29 PM • Cameras • Answered 3 days ago • 49 views
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What are accounting concepts

1. Entity Concept: For accounting purpose, the "business" is treated as a separate entity from the proprietor(s). One can sell goods to himself, but all the transactions are recorded in the book of the business. This concept helps in keeping private affairs of the proprietor away from the business affairs. E.g. If a proprietor invests $ 1,00,000/- in the business, it is deemed that the proprietor has given $ 1,00,000/- to the "business" and it is shown as a "liability" in the books of the business. Similarly, if the proprietor withdraws $ 10,000/- from the business, it is charged to them. 2. Dual Aspect Concept: As per this concept, every business transaction has a dual effect. For example, if Ram starts a business with cash $ 1,00,000/- there are two aspects of the transaction: "Asset Account" and "Capital Account". The business gets asset (cash) of $ 1,00,000/- and on the other hand, the business owes $ 1,00,000/- to Ram. 3. Going Business Concept (Continuity of Activity): It is assumed that the business concern will continue for a fairly long time, unless and until has entered into a state of liquidation. It is as per this assumption, that the accountant does not take into account the forced sale values of assets while valuing them. 4. Money measurement concept: As per this concept, in accounting everything is recorded in terms of money. Events or transactions which cannot be expressed in terms of money is not recorded in the books of accounts, even if they are very important or useful for the business. Purchase and sale of goods, payment of expenses and receipt of income are monetary transactions which are recorded in the accounting books however events like the ***** of an executive, the resignation of a manager is such events which cannot be expressed in money. 5. Cost Concept (Objectivity Concept): This concept does not recognize the realizable value, the replacement value or the real worth of an asset. Thus, as per the cost concept a) an asset is ordinarily recorded at the price paid to acquire it i.e. at its cost, and b) this cost is the basis for all subsequent accounting for the asset. For example, if a machine is purchased for $ 10,000/- it is recorded in the books at $ 10,000/- and even if its market value at the time of the preparation of the final account is $ 20,000/- or $ 60,000/- the same will not considered. 6. Cost-Attach Concept: This concept is also known as "cost-merge" concept. When a finished good is produced from the raw material there are certain process and costs which are involved like labour cost, power and other overhead expenses. These costs have a capacity to "merge" or "attach" when they are brought together. 7. Accounting Period Concept: An accounting period is the interval of time at the end of which the income statement and financial position statement (balance sheet) are prepared to know the results and resources of the business. 8. Accrual Concept: The accrual system is a method whereby revenue and expenses are identified with specific periods of time like a month, half year or a year. It implies the recording of revenues and expenses of a particular accounting period, whether they are received/paid in cash or not. 9. Period Matching of Cost and Revenue Concept: This concept is based on the period concept. Making a profit is the most important objective that keeps proprietor engaged in business activities. That is why most of the accountant's time is spent on evolving techniques for measuring the profit/profitability of the concern. To ascertain the profit made during a period, it is necessary to match "revenues" of the period with the "expenses" of that period. Income (profit) earned by the business during a period is compared with the expenditure incurred to earn the revenue. 10. Realization Concept: According to this concept profit, should be accounted for only when it is actually realized. Revenue is recognized only when a sale is affected or the services are rendered. However, in order to recognize revenue, receipt of cash us not essential. Even credit sale results in realization as it creates a definite asset called "Account Receivable". However, there is a certain exception to the concept like in case of contract accounts, hire purchase etc. Similarly incomes like commission interest rent etc. are shown in Profit and Loss A/c on accrual basis though they may not be realized in cash on the date of preparing accounts. 11. Verifiable Objective Evidence Concept: According to this concept, all accounting transactions should be evidenced and supported by objective documents. These documents include invoices, contract, correspondence, vouchers, bills, passbooks, cheque etc.
11/29/2022 7:02:49 AM • Cameras • Answered 3 days ago • 42 views
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I have a Fuji finepix Z85 camera, does anyone know the capacity of the internal memory? How much can it take without a memory card?

Hi, Please look on the front cover of the camera's box or it's manual for a number followed by MB or GB and that number should be the answer to your question. And please double check (in the manual) that the camera does have a memory separate from any default sd card that comes with the camera. Thank you.
11/29/2022 4:45:11 AM • Fuji Cameras • Answered 3 days ago • 46 views
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Lens stuck on canon ixy digital 930 is

Hi, please switch modes on your camera and check if the lens goes back in. If not, please use the zoom option to out and check if the lens begins to retract back into it's default position. Otherwise, you can restart the camera 2 or 3 times in a row to attempt to overcome the issue. Thank you.
11/29/2022 10:25:31 PM • Canon Cameras • Answered 2 days ago • 24 views
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Does the mustek dv2000 run with win7?

11/27/2022 7:28:38 AM • Mustek DV-2000... • Answered on Nov 27, 2022 • 330 views
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Whats the highest mg xanax comes in?

11/25/2022 9:23:28 AM • Cameras • Answered on Nov 25, 2022 • 98 views
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I have shot several movies

What program are you using to download the pics? Is it the same program you are trying to download the videos to? It probably only handles still photos, not movies. You could use a card reader and download the videos to a folder you create on your desktop and then use a program like Windows Media player or something that came with your camera to watch them. Sending videos to others through e-mail is discouraged. They are extremely large files, take forever to upload, forever to download (especially if your friends have a dial-up connection), and some ISP's won't even permit the upload or download because of the size. To share, burn the videos to DVD and pass them out to friends or upload the videos to an online site that your friends can log onto.
11/25/2022 3:06:10 AM • Canon PowerShot... • Answered on Nov 25, 2022 • 184 views
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I NEED TO KNOW HOW TO WORK THIS CAMERA THE SET UP AND ALL

"this camera", the only only you can see? Impossible to answer because you give no clue to that you have. Click Comment below my post. Give me full make and model and what type of camera.
11/23/2022 10:18:44 PM • Cameras • Answered on Nov 23, 2022 • 26 views
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No battery power remains

On my Leica camera when I turn it on no battery power remains appears why is this?
11/23/2022 9:08:59 PM • Panasonic Lumix... • Answered on Nov 23, 2022 • 808 views
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Can my lithium ion battery that's become non-rechargeable through lack of use be replaced to make my Silver crest DV-77 digital camcorder work again?

Hi, Yes. if your camera needs a specific brand of battery, then you can search for that brand on amazon's website and then just order the brand and type of battery that your device needs and it will be sent to you in a few days. Otherwise, you can call the manufacturer and ask them if other brand's of battery can be used with your camcorder to give it power. Thank you.
11/22/2022 4:58:39 PM • Cameras • Answered on Nov 22, 2022 • 27 views
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How to use New SD card for Vivitar ViviCam 3785

Card is too big. Specs in the manual say SD memory card (optional) (up to 512MB capacity) https://www.manualslib.com/manual/336674/Vivitar-Vivicam-3785.html?page=54#manual ..
11/22/2022 4:58:45 PM • Vivitar Cameras • Answered on Nov 22, 2022 • 24 views
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I cannot firgure out how to zoom

On the rear of your camera to the top right is a mode selector dial. To the right of this there is a vertical rocker switch, press the top half to zoom in and the bottom half to zoom out.

Note that this model is extremely basic and crude. The zoom is only a digital zoom, not an optical one: this means that every time you zoom all that's happening is the camera magnifies the image and effectively reduces it's resolution dramatically from the maximum 5.1MP. You can reduce the loss of quality by using the mode selector to go into set up mode and then setting the photo quality to "High Quality" (two stars). You'll still lose the same number of megapixels when zooming, but the data compression on your photos will be lower than when using standard quality settings. By far the best way to use your camera is to never use the digital zoom at all; leave it set fully to "wide" and if you need to zoom just crop the image afterwards on your computer.

Your camera is better than nothing, but even a basic 2MP camera built into a mobile phone will usually take better pictures.

If you'd like to know more about your camera then you can download the user manual here, courtesy of Retrevo.

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11/22/2022 4:59:00 PM • Sakar Digital... • Answered on Nov 22, 2022 • 56 views
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I donlt have the manual

Sounds like you might need a bigger memory card in it
11/22/2022 4:59:04 PM • Cameras • Answered on Nov 22, 2022 • 49 views
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I have a Fujifilm Clear Shot 70AF with a broken flash. How do I fix it?

You need a Camera Repair Centre. There is a faulty switch somewhere.
11/22/2022 4:59:09 PM • FUJIFILM Cameras • Answered on Nov 22, 2022 • 43 views
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