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Kodak Easyshare Z1285
Are you using the batteries listed as compatible according to the cameras battery door? Or are you using NON-compatible Alkaline or Ni-Cad batteries? Only Li-Ion and Ni-MH are compatible. Hope this helps...
on May 18, 2009
How to transfer pictures from camera to computer?
Your camera should either have a USB cord that will connect it to the computer or your computer may have a memory card reader. Plug either one into your computer and goto the My Computer Icon either located on your desktop or in your start button and your camera shoud be listed in there as a new drive. If you are using an operating system older than Windows XP then you may need to download the drivers from the manufaturers website.
on Apr 07, 2009
It dosent turn on
i have the same problem. i bought new rechargeable batteries and they went dead really fast and then i put some new batteries in and i took like 5 pics and then the battery indicator said the battery is low. i dont get it whats going on with this camera.
on Mar 04, 2009
Kodak Z981 -- mode dial issue
I have a Z981 myself. I just set my camera as you did (to "A") but did not experience the issue you mention?
Just to be clear, remember that setting the camera to "A" means "Aperture priority", meaning that you can control the lens aperture (with the "jog dial" on the top of the camera) and the camera will automatically set the shutter speed to create a proper exposure. "A" does NOT mean automatic exposure control. You must use "P" (Programmed) mode to make the camera make all the decisions about shutter speed and lens aperture.
I am including a web link to the User Guide for the Z981. You might want to revisit the Guide to make sure you are using the correct settings for your pictures.
BTW, I like my Z981 quite a bit, especially the zoom. I've taken some great pictures with it.
on Sep 28, 2017
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