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Olympus SP-320 Troubleshooting
- Camera Will Not Turn On Or Turns Off Unexpectedly
- Batteries Die Quickly
- No Picture Is Taken When the Shutter Button is Pressed
- Pictures You Have Taken Do Not Appear on the Monitor
- Pictures Do Not Appear Saved on Memory Card
- Flash Not Working
- Shutter Does Not Close or Retract
Even after pressing the power button, the camera will not turn on, or it will turn off without the power button being pressed while in use.
Press the POWER button until the camera turns on.
Ensure batteries are fully charged and installed correctly, if not, install new batteries. For hep, refer to Olympus SP-320 Battery Replacement
Warm the batteries by putting them in your pocket for several minutes.
Press the shutter button or press the zoom lever.
Disconnect camera from computer. Camera will not operate when connected to a computer.
''The camera is on and functioning, but the battery power drains quickly despite seeming to be fully charged.
Use rechargeable batteries, such as CRV3 batteries.
Battery life decreases in cold temperatures. Hold camera in your coat when not in use.
When battery consumption fluctuates the camera may turn off without giving a low battery warning. Insert new batteries. For help, refer to Olympus SP-320 Battery Replacement
After pressing the shutter button, no photo appears on the LCD screen and no new photos can be found in the camera reel.
Insert new batteries. For help, refer to Olympus SP-320 Battery Replacement
Insert new card. Or, download pictures to a computer then erase them from the camera.
After pressing the shutter button, no photo is visible on the LCD monitor screen.
Exit shooting mode.
Disconnect from computer. Camera does not operate when connected to a computer.
Begin taking pictures.
''Looking through the camera reel, there are no pictures.
Replace memory card slot.
The flash does not go off when trying to take pictures in dark environments or to illuminate a scene.
Select a flash mode, other than the flash symbol struck through.
Select the flash mode that is only the flash symbol, with no other markings.
The flash does not fire in the movie mode. Select a shooting mode other than movie mode.
The built-in flash does not fire in the super macro mode. Set the macro mode to OFF.
The flash does not fire in the panorama mode. Cancel panorama mode.
The shutter will not retract after turning off the camera or switching to a different shooting mode.