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Photography | Answered on Nov 21, 2019

Switch off and after 5 minutes switch it on

Fuji Reflector... | Answered on Nov 21, 2019

How to Unlock an American Tourister Suitcase's Number Lock

<b>• Place the suitcase right side up and look at every number wheel to find a hole at the bottom.
• Bring the holes of the three wheels in the same position.
• Now keep holding the button as to unlock and rotate the 1st wheel and reduce its number by 1.
• Repeat the same process with the rest of the two wheels.
• Again start with the 1st wheel and reduce another 1 position.
• Repeat the same process with the rest of the two wheels.
• Attempt the whole process for the third time and your suitcase will get unlocked.

Samsonite Tripod | Answered on Nov 12, 2019

From the original vendor, the mfr, or search on Google

Ultra... | Answered on Nov 08, 2019

On many cameras, a lens error means the lens is not set to is highest f/stop such as f/16 f/22 and the like. The lens must be put in that mode for the camera so that the camera electronics can auto set the f/stop as needed. First thing I would do is look at the f/stop on lens with manual f/stop settings; such as the Nikon 50mm f/1.8D making sure it is set to the highest f/ number (smallest opening). Remove the lens check the dial. Also, is the battery fully charged? If all that is okay then do the following couple of things; 1. Get yourself a film change bag, they look like a black plastic/rubberish T-shirt. Put the camera in there make sure the bottom is fully closed, put your arms through the sleeves, they have elastic keeping light out. Open the camera carefully remove the film canister then using your fingers rewind the film back into the canister. 2. Okay, you do not have access to a film change bag, easy get a thick blanket or two, go in to a closet, close the door, put a towel at the bottom, cover your camera as best as you can then do the same as if you were using a change bag. Important, make sure you are in a completely dark place without ANY LIGHT working its way through to you. Next, being as your are using film, big congratulations for that, purchase a change bag from Adorama, Amazon, B&HPhoto. Every film shooter should have one. Hope the above helps you.

Nikon... | Answered on Nov 02, 2019

Cards are action cards to do special things and are avalable on ebay
And some dx lessons on the dx code and how you can make your own codes for non dx coded film.

And buying dx coded film that might or might not be expired:

Hopes this helps a little. It is a fine camera and I wish everything would be like the minolta brand , the computer does a lot and i still like to have a mirror in my camera. Enjoy the fun of REAL photos not digital. I wish you and your loved ones joy this Christmas season.

Your friend,


Minolta... | Answered on Nov 02, 2019

With the help of reliable Film Production Sanford FL Company, you can gladly expect your dream of producing a video coming alive. You will know what it actually takes to work on a video and how much hard work one have to put right into it.

Sanford... | Answered on Oct 30, 2019

This information will be in the manual which accompanied the photo-frame upon purchase.

Photography | Answered on Oct 23, 2019

$25 complete

It's not a very good tripod in my opinion. Any that rely on a ball joint are not going to be firm.

It is a VCT100 not a VCT1000. It is a 'tripod', not a 'tripode'. I changed it. If you can spell it, you can Google it :>)

Sony Photography | Answered on Oct 21, 2019

This camera is somewhere between fifteen and thirty years old. It is highly unlikely that spares would be available, and it would be extremely expensive to have it repaired in any case, most artificers familiar with the internal layout having probably retired years ago. Maybe the camera should be retired too ?

Olympus OM-4TI... | Answered on Oct 19, 2019

If this is possible with your particular model, instructions will be in the manual.

Photography | Answered on Oct 15, 2019

I would imagine exactly as it says in the manual accompanying the item.

Photography | Answered on Oct 14, 2019

Fixya does not sell picture frames - or, indeed, anything else. Please contact the original vendor.

Photography | Answered on Oct 10, 2019

Please see my response to your other, similar, query. My advice has not changed in the past five minutes, I assure you.

Pan Photography | Answered on Oct 05, 2019

Probably the easiest way is to take the photos yourself, either with a digital camera or your phone. There may be some images of the equipment to be found via Google.

Pan Photography | Answered on Oct 05, 2019

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