Top tips to fix GE camera problems

From time to time there may be problems with the GE camera that do not result in any GE camera error messages or other easy-to-follow clues to the problem. When you have to try to figure out the problem with the camera, troubleshooting can be a bit tricky.

Fortunately, there are some symptoms that can be easily corrected. Use these tips to give yourself a better chance of troubleshooting your GE camera.

The camera suddenly turns off

Most of the time, this problem is related to a dead or low battery. At this point, it will be more helpful to fully charge the battery before attempting to use the camera again. This issue can also occur if the GE camera’s lens housing gets stuck while trying to zoom in or out. Make sure the outside of the lens housing is free of dirt and particles that could cause it to stick.

Can’t shoot multiple photos in a row

A GE camera cannot take additional photos while the flash is recharging or while the camera is writing a file to the memory card. You’ll have to expect a little delay while these things happen. If your camera has a “burst” mode, use it to avoid these problems, as the camera will wait to start writing photo data to the memory card until all burst photos have been taken.

The camera does not turn

Make sure the battery is fully charged and is inserted correctly. If the camera still won’t turn on, remove the battery and memory card from the camera for at least 15 minutes, which should reset the camera. Reinsert the battery and memory card and try to turn it on again. Your rechargeable battery may be worn out and you may need to purchase a new one. Has your camera been dropped recently? If so, and if you hear a strange noise inside the camera, you could have a serious problem.

The picture its blur

If your subject is moving, you’ll need to shoot at a faster shutter speed to avoid a blurry photo. Use a “sports” scene mode with your GE camera to automatically increase the shutter speed. If the blur is caused by camera shake, use the camera’s image stabilization mode to stabilize the camera. Make sure you are also holding the camera as steady as possible. If you are shooting a close-up, make sure to use the “macro” mode, as the camera may have trouble focusing on very close objects in a normal shooting mode. Also, make sure the lens is free of dirt, as a smudge on the lens can cause a blurry photo.

The photo is not saved

This issue can be caused by a number of easy-to-fix situations. First of all, make sure the memory card is not full or not working properly. Make sure the memory card is also not write-protected. Some memory cards will have a switch on the side of the card that can be used to make sure you don’t accidentally delete files from the card… unfortunately, this also means that no files can be saved to the card. You will have to flip the switch to take the memory card out of protected mode. If your camera has internal memory, it may be full and you may need to insert a memory card to save additional photos. Finally,