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Canon FS10 Flash... | Answered on May 22, 2019


install your cam with the software provided when you bought it new, then will be ok.

Canon FS31... | Answered on Feb 08, 2016


I cannot tell you what the error is, but perhaps I can give you some tips on how to solve the problem. First, try to read the SD card on your computer. Is it formatted? if not, format to FAT 32. Are there any file structures? If so, erase and format the SD card to FAT 32.

If these activities do not work, then try with another SD or SDHC card (type 10 if possible) and see if the error is replicated.

From there, recommend contacting Canon customer support for assistance.

Canon FS200 ... | Answered on Apr 20, 2015


I guess the lens cover mechanism is stuck.

Canon FS100... | Answered on Jan 06, 2015


The default is to start a new clip every time you press the stop button, but in settings you might be able to tell the camera to continue with the same clip provided you press record again with a set time. Not sure why you want to do this though - it's much easier to edit using small clips than very large ones.

Canon FS100... | Answered on Aug 29, 2014


Hi , it is also located on the box , it came in on the bar code , i had problems reagistaring it as well off the camera , the box has a couple extra zero's in it i believe. good luck

Canon FS200 ... | Answered on Aug 12, 2014


You will need a 3.5 to rca ( RED,WHITE,YELLOW) , then select the input source video, 1,2 or 3 pending what tv you have , if you have no rca inputs and just a screw in cable input , you can buy a converter for around 20 bucks , good luck

Canon FS200 ... | Answered on Aug 12, 2014


go into the settings and switch to external mic and dont use the mic. or if you have an on off switch on the mic switch to off , its cumbersome but works. I have forgot to plug it in all the way and that too works gives you video no sound. you dont need a new camera , good luck

Canon FS200 ... | Answered on Jun 22, 2014


It sounds as though it may have become overheated. If it continues to show this problem and the camera is not too warm when used then it may have been damaged by the heat. Temps in cars can get very hot. It could also be a physical damage issue if the camera was not in a case and slide around unprotected.

Canon FS100... | Answered on Jun 02, 2014


Plug in a 3.5mm stereo "pin" plug, into the external microphone input. This will open the internal microphone circuitry and allow for silent recording.

Canon FS100... | Answered on May 25, 2014


u shouldnt hav kept it in car...the interior tmp of the car raises due to green house effect...excessive heat exposure might hav damaged ur cam...remove the battery try to keep it untouched for a week...if the porblem persists then replace the lcd....

Canon FS100... | Answered on May 23, 2014

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