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Jvc 100 camera not functioning properly

The memory card does work on with it, it does charge, it doesnt allow the output display

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SOURCE: no image output on screen or viewfinder

If you can see images in play mode, previously taken pics, then check to see if iris is opening and closing, could be seized vanes on iris motor. Tap on the lens(just not on the glass) repeatedly, this might help jog the vanes open. remove batteries, reinsert them after an hour, or a cup of coffee. If it persists press the reset button . all your settings will be cleared. Check to see if there's a second internal battery used for function memory, if there is, remove that one too for a while. Sounds a lot like the global CCD sensor problems that most manucturers had last year, but I don't remember anything regarding panasonic in that context. Use your warranty if valid Good luck

Posted on May 23, 2006

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SOURCE: Kodak EasyShare Z612

use the "MENU" button and follow the program to reset your camera to its card memory. evidently you must do this each time you change cards or battery.

Posted on Aug 31, 2007

Anonymous

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SOURCE: display screen doen not work,

I have recently talked to a Nikon tech. Three things he said to do, and make sure of, are: 1- with the power on do a reset by pushing the 2 green buttons on the top of the camera at the same time, untill the top screen flashes. 2 - make sure your using a nikon lens. 3 - Make sure your media is on the nikon approved list, here is a link http://support.nikontech.com/cgi-bin/nikonusa.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=14048&p_created=1155132515

I hope this helps

Posted on Jan 05, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: aiptek IS-DV

Try to format the card first

Posted on Mar 14, 2010

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SOURCE: The display on my Sony

my camarsa screen is black but, i know i have gone through to prosedure but i still get a black sceeen wethre it is picture or move plaese hep

Posted on May 28, 2010

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I have not used my Fuji Finepix 6800Zoom for many months so I charged it up and now when I turn it on 'ERR CARD' is displayed in the round screen. If I press Menu and then Back !card not...


May be you inserted a memory card formatted with your PC. Format the memory card using the Format function in the camera menu. Format function can be found in the setup menu of the camera.
If this does not work, try replacing the memory card.

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Some electronic devices, including cameras, come with its maximum manageable memory card. And when you use a memory card that's beyond the allowable size this might cause the device to not function properly or do processes/operations slower than normal. This is due to compatibility issues.
That's based on experience since i've tried to use a memory card thats beyond what my old camera model could handle and it made my camera slower in displaying preview, editing and in saving captured images.
I'm not sure if this is what causes your problem. Try it with a lesser memory card size. Also check your camera's user manual to see the memory card sizes that's compatible with the model.
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To playback video clips stored on the camera hard drive through the camera, we open the viewer screen, look at the function keys on the camera body, select the "Play" button. On the screen it displays thumbnails of the various video clips. We use the toggle/function key to select from the menu containing options for playback, edit, delete, protect, etc.

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What does CHA mean


Nikon says this about CHA:


When a Memory card is inserted into a D-SLR camera, the camera checks the card for compatibility and usability. There are three possible results of the test:

1) Camera detects valid Memory card, displays number of remaining images in top LCD

2) Camera displays "FOR" in top control panel LCD. The camera has detected a valid disk partition map, but was unable to read the first sector of the Memory Card. Formatting the memory Card using the cameras format option, should resolve this condition and allow the Memory card to be used.

3) Camera displays "CHA" in top LCD. The camera has detected an invalid partition type or is not working properly. Reformatting the memory card may allow it to be used. If an approved memory card causes the camera to display the "CHA" indicator contact the memory cards manufacturer for assistance.

(Nikon's list of "approved" memory cards can be found here.)

Please note that the default disk format used in Windows XP is FAT32 and if a card is formatted with this setting on an XP system, a D1 series camera will report "CHA". Reformat the card as "FAT" to use in the D1 series camera.


When the CHA error is shown, typically the camera will freeze and require that the battery be removed from the camera before it can take another picture. After that picture has been taken, the camera freezes up again for many owners.

Some owners have success removing and either re-seating or inserting a new memory card in the camera.

Some owners have success clearing the error by removing the lens and then reinstalling.

The key to these "fixes" is that they don't all work for everyone. You might need to return the camera to Nikon for repair. You can arrange for Nikon service here.

I hope this helps and good luck. Please rate this reply
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Each camera have maximum memory card to be readable. If the memory capacity is to high from the limit, the camera will hard to write the data inside the card and said that "card error".
Try to insert memory card with lower capacity (4 or 2 GB) and read the user manual to know optimum memory card for your device.

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CHA?


I found this answer on the Nikon web site.

3) Camera displays “CHA” in top LCD. The camera has detected an invalid partition type or is not working properly. Reformatting the memory card may allow it to be used. If an approved memory card causes the camera to display the "CHA" indicator contact the memory cards manufacturer for assistance.

Please note that the default disk format used in Windows XP is FAT32 and if a card is formatted with this setting on an XP system, a D1 series camera will report "CHA". Reformat the card as "FAT" to use in the D1 series camera.

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Jvc gz-mc100 not powering up


I had the same problem. I think the fault happened when i've charged 2 compatible batteries one after another. warmed up to much i believe. Had to send it for repair. cost me 100 euros
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Error with CF card


did you delete all card files on your pc?
if so, camera will not function properly. Try formating the cf card on your computer and format it again inside JVC camera,
try inserting a normal cf card(should work) in order to find if you have a faulty cf card
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