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Instax camera not operating ?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 13:31:39    Popularity:     

Tags: Instax  camera  operating  

I have a brand new set of film in, the light is red, the lens are open, the batteries work(I know this because I took them out of bulb lights to use for the camera).... what s wrong? I do not have the cover protecting the batteries(that are turned the rig

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The battery cover needs to be in place on many cameras for them to operate. The cover generally activates a small micro switch when in place that allows the camera to work.
You need that battery cover!

Try a fresh new set of lithium or alkaline batteries.

A red light means something is wrong, especially if it's blinking. Check your owner's manual to see exactly what that red light means. A solid red light is generally used to tell you that the flash is fully charged. When the red light blinks or flashes, then that's the camera's way of telling you that the flash is not ready. Green lights are typically used to confirm focus. When you see a blinking green light, this generally means that the camera could not properly focus. A solid green light means that the did focus correctly.

Instax cameras are really just toys and as such they do break quite often. There's a ton of questions on Yahoo! Answers regarding problems with Instax cameras.

Your way of testing the batteries by putting them in a light is a very bad way of testing them. As batteries are used, they will slowly loose their voltage. The Instax camera has a internal sensor that meters the voltage coming from the batteries. Once that voltage drops to a certain amount, the camera will stop working. However, that doesn't mean that the batteries are completely dead. They will almost always have enough charge to light up a flash light. To properly test batteries, you need a battery tester like this one: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_...

More than likely all you need to do is change your batteries. When you do, you need to buy either Alkaline or Lithium (Li) batteries. Never use heavy duty or super heavy duty batteries in your camera. These are not designed for cameras, but instead, they are best used in radios or flashlights. If you want, you could just go with rechargeable batteries like Eneloop which are considered the best rechargeable batteries on the market today. I recently found out that IKEA sells Eneloop batteries under their house brand and at a much cheaper price.

Wow, your batteries are used and work some lights, therefore, they are good! I always put my used batteries in the mood lights when they are no good for anything else - try fresh batteries. When you've finished with the camera see how much brighter the lights are with those batteries than they were with the other set!



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