20 Most Recent UltraLast Multiposition Universal Chargers (ULCC4H (NABC)) Battery Questions & Answers

Hi Toni Brandenburg, indicate brand, model and type of equipment you are commenting on, in order to find the best possible solution
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Cameras | Answered 14 hours ago

Remove the lens and reattach it.

Cameras | Answered 18 hours ago


You need to open the back cover completely. There is a little silver arm that prevents it from opening all the way. You can gently pull back on the silver arm where it attaches to the the body. It will pull away from the body and allow you to open the back all the way. There you will find the battery.

Thanks for choosing Fixya. Good luck and have a nice day.

Cameras | Answered 20 hours ago

This does not appear to be a camera

Cameras | Answered 2 days ago

Yes - owing to the optical design of the lens, the f. stop at 18mm is f3.5, closing to f5.6 at 55mm zoom (and, of course, pro-rata in between these limits, but the camera's meter will take care of this). These f. stops are of course 'fully open' - i.e. when the lens lets in the most light, but has the shallowest depth of field. For a lens of this design, the minimum f. stop is usually f22 at 18mm, closing to f32 at 55mm. For best results, an f. stop of between f8 to f11 is usually recommended, giving a compromise between shutter speed and depth of field.


Cameras | Answered 2 days ago

By 'connect', do you mean camera to computer?
If so, is it the same computer (eg your laptop), or another one?
I'm thinking that maybe an outside computer doesn't have the required drivers.

Cameras | Answered on Sep 13, 2019

Yes, Aperture and f-stop are interchangeable terms. In Aperture Priority YOU choose the f-stop (aka aperture) and the camera selects the shutter speed.

Cameras | Answered on Sep 12, 2019

look for a trash can symbol

Cameras | Answered on Sep 12, 2019

A: Make sure the lens cap is off.
B. Check that the drive mode is on "S" for single and not "C" for continuous. This won't correct the black images but will let it take just one exposure when the shutter release is pressed.
C: Make sure it is not in manual mode but with the shutter speed and f-spot set to where the images are so under exposed they appear black.
D. Send more info about the make/model of the camera.

Cameras | Answered on Sep 11, 2019

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