I think that would have to be a very large capacitor!
Does it clear the error when you power cycle the camera?
QuoteI think that would have to be a very large capacitor!Yest, extremely large if current is 1 A but it's available on market. I will measure the current with LCD screen off and estimate capacity.
It would be good to know what is the real reason - camera crash or memory card crash. For example if we have perfect memory card is there any chance that camera will produce the error.
A zero dollar added cost solution?
I got general question about canon cameras firmware. When you switch on the new camera it starts with the date/time setting. After you setup date time it normally doesn't show date/time screen anymore in the beginning. Yesterday my camera still started with the date/time screen again and again showing the time that I already configured.What is it? How to bring it to normal mode?
Many PowerShots have a small secondary battery that maintains the clock when the main battery is removed. Could yours be dead?
If it's dead then it should bring back to 00:00:00 but in my case it starts with the preconfigured time
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