Filmed at 4:30pm 2/15/2009 no light source used other than the sunlight from the widow. Sound appeared to be better than test 1 ...
Camera is mounted on tripod. Normal lamp light. Color pencils quick sketch.
Video from my Kodak CX6330 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA.
Replacing an LCD Screen on a Kodak EasyShare CX7430 The following non factory repair information is offered to anyone interested. I will issue the standard warning that should you attempt a similar repair, you do so at your own risk. I offer no support other than the information provided herein. Before deciding if this is something you want to attempt, I suggest that you read this document completely and pay particular attention to the notes included in the photos. A friend brought an EasyShare Digital Camera to me with the LCD screen cracked. Typical appearance of a cracked screen is shown below.
After searching the net I found repair centers that could fix the camera, however, prices varied but on the average the cost was $120 plus shipping. A high price to pay to repair a $200 camera, which is also available used on eBay for around $80 (as of Jan 2007). So why attempt a repair? Two reasons: 1. The camera was in like new condition otherwise 2. I love to take things apart !!! A search on the Internet ...
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Select flash on/off: Press the flash button (marked by a lightning bolt symbol) to scroll through the flash options. You may have to hold it in for a moment. The current setting will be displayed on the LCD screen. No icon means the flash is set on automatic and will go off only when needed, the lightning bolt means the
Uploading the Pictures
Use a large camera dock. Place the cam-
If your camera looks like this.
era in the appropriate type of camera dock: slide open the cover on the bottom of the camera and line it up with the metal insert on the camera dock, setting the camera down onto the dock. Press the connect button. A blinking green light means that your pictures are transferring. When your pictures appear on the screen,
Canon Power Shot A40 Use the flash card reader connected to a USB port in the computer you are logged into. Carefully remove the flash card from the camera and insert it into the drive. Go to "My Computer" and select A number of folders will appear; depending on which camera ...