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A digital camera is a wonderful device - it's just not as good as the human eye yet. Some things to watch out for:
Spots in the picture - Shiny surfaces reflect your flash back to you. Picture is dark - Bright Window behind your subject - . Use backlight setting. Bad focus - Subject is not in the middle of the picture. (Use focus lock if you have it) Colours don't look right - Sunlight in a building with overhead fluorescents.The camera does not know to use the fluorescent light setting. Set it. Picture is clear but dark on an overcast day - sport setting is ON or the ISO is too fast. Use auto, 100 or 200. Flash won't flash and subject comes out dark - light behind subject. Set the flash to 'Always' for this picture.
Do's and Don'ts Don't drop the camera. USE the hand/neck strap. Don't store pictures on your memory stick - make copies as soon as you can. Don't make changes to pictures with your computer while they are on the memory stick. Work with copies on your computer. Do not allow rain to land on the camera - rain easily runs inside. If you use rechargable batteries - have two or more sets. Use one set until they are used up, then switch. Charge the low battery only. This maximizes the battery life and provides the longest operating time. Clean the battery contacts in the camera two or three times a year with 99% pure alcohol and a cotton swab. It does not hurt to clean the ends of rechargeable batteries at the same time. Don't touch batteries on their ends.
If you put the camera in rice, or some other desiccant, and leave it for at least several hours, with the battery removed, that will help dry it out. It would be best to disassemble it and clean the circuit boards with denatured alcohol.
Remove the battery imediately, the memory card and the lens. Place the
camera body, lens and memory card in a warm dry and place for several
days to dry out completely. When the camers is dry, insert the battery, lens and memory card, turn on the camers and set the date and time. If the camers does not work charge the battery and try again. If it still does not work then you need to send it to the Nikon service centre for repair.
Remove the battery imediately, the memory card and the lens. Place the camera body, lens and memory card in a warm dry and place for several days to dry out completely. When the camers is dry, insert the battery, lens and memory card, turn on the camers and set the date and time. If the camers does not work charge the battery and try again. If it still does not work then you need to send it to the Nikon service centre for repair.
Hi, Make sure that the camera is set to record to the memory card... often the internal memory will only handle a couple of pictures... If it still shows memory full then a ribbon cable has come loose inside the camers and it is not recognizing the memory or cards...
Hi. HR is an error code which is related to the memory card. It doesn't have exact meaning (as far as I know, its not in the manual and website).
There are several possibilities why you are getting this error. It could be corrupted memory card, damaged pin, loose connection between the memory card and camera, dirty contacts, camera is not giving enough power to memory card, etc...
Some fixes that may work: - Make sure your battery is fully charged. - Remove memory card and put it back making sure the connection is not loose.
or - Clean the gold contacts using pencil eraser. Remove eraser dust with cotton buds.
You can transfer the photos from your camera memory to a folder on your desktop, then you go to my computer, click on the camera icon (removeable drive) then choose the dcim folder and drag the files that you copied to your desktop onto the memory card
HAVE YOU TRYED PUTTING THE PICTURES ON YOUR COMPUTER SO YOU DONT LOOSE THEM BUT THEN YOU'LL ABLE TO DELETE THEM OFF YOUR CAMERA ? TO RELEASE THE INTERNAL MEMORY YOU'LL HAVE TO DELETE THE PICTURES MOST CAMERAS HAVE LIMITED MEMORY AND IF USEING A SETTING LIKE HD PICTURES WILL USE UP ALOT OF THE MEMORY TRY SETTING YOUR CAMERA TO TAKE PICTURES IN A SMALLER FORMAT LIKE VGA OR A SMALLER RESOLUTION