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I had this problem - The problem is the way that the file was encoded after editing in photoshop. When saving it as a JPEG you must make sure that the format options are set to either Baseline "standard" or Baseline "Optimized". If the format settings are set as Progressive you will get the error "current file is bad blah blah blah"
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Kodak EasyShare... | Answered on Jan 25, 2021


To the best of my knowledge all 35mm cameras load identically, apart from a few automatic models that claimed to be self loading.

A new film cassette has a tongue of film protruding. Once the cassette has been loaded into the recess on the left and the rewind crank pushed down and engaged with the film spool, a couple of inches of film is pulled from the cassette and the tongue poked through the slot in the takeup spool - it might be necessary to use the film advance until the slot is visible.

With about a half-inch of film pushed through the slot, slowly advance the film until the slackness is gone while fully engaging the sprocket holes at the edges of the film on the teeth of the sprockets. Advance the film a little more to check it is properly engaged and once you are satisfied close the camera back firmly making certain the catch is engaged and it won't spring open again.

Once closed, advance the film until it stops which signals the shutter is set and is ready to take a photograph, however the first and perhaps the second frame has been contaminated with light and so press the shutter release, advance and press again and the third advance is where the photographs begin. If there is a frame counter it is best to be guided by this.

Cameras that have a manual advance usually have a manual return crank that will be seen to rotate as the film is advanced. When all the frames have been used the film will be felt to come to the end. At this point the clutch button must be pressed to disengage the wind-on mechanism and the film wound back into the cassette using the crank on the left.

Kodak... | Answered on Sep 30, 2020


Make sure that you have the correct video format and compression. Video:
File Format: MOV
Video Compression: MPEG-4 ASP, MJPEG
Audio Compression: MP3, G.711, PCM, ADPCM, 8-bit linear

File Format: AVI
Video Compression: MPEG-4 ASP, MJPEG
Audio Compression: MP3, G.711, PCM, ADPCM, 8-bit linear

File Format: MPG / MPEG
Video Compression: MPEG-1
Audio Compression: MPEG audio Picture:
File Format: JPG / JPEG
Video Compression: Baseline JPEG

Music:
File Format: MP3
Video Compression: PCM, ADPCM, MPEG 1 layer 1,2,3
You will need to re-edit the video files you have for the frame to recognize it.

Kodak EasyShare... | Answered on Sep 26, 2019


Check in the manual to see if a) that size card is compatible, and b) if the images are in the correct format.

Kodak Digital... | Answered on Apr 04, 2019


Euro to Dollar Chart

Kodak EasyShare... | Answered on Feb 09, 2018


Again, most kind of you to pass on this information. Was there any particular reason behind your doing so ?

Kodak... | Answered on Aug 24, 2017


If you are disabled, and use a walking frame, you should be able to get assistance from the Social Services department of your local council

Kodak... | Answered on Aug 17, 2017


Replace it - you have successfully damaged it beyond economic repair.

Kodak EasyShare... | Answered on Jun 26, 2017


From information written in the film slot: "Kodak PR10 Film"

Kodak Vintage -... | Answered on Feb 09, 2017


Sorry these types of items are not serviced. My suggestion is to make one.

Kodak... | Answered on Jan 11, 2017

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