04-27-2018 11:33 PM
04-30-2018 05:01 PM
Thank you for posting.
First, please ensure that your camera's battery is fully charged and your camera is not connected to any external devices.
Next, please remove the memory card from your camera, power the camera on in the playback mode. Does the camera stay powered on? If so, which memory card(s) are you using?
04-30-2018 08:09 PM
04-30-2018 08:32 PM
04-30-2018 08:46 PM
Ok well Im just throwing out an idea based on logic. There is an instananeous increase in demand for power to playback pictures and perhaps your battery is charged but lacks the ability to handle that increase and POOF! It shuts off. It would be the least expensive option to try next.
I just thought of something else, have you looked closely inside the SD card slot with a light for something obvious in there that might cause a problem like dirt or a damaged contact pin that mates with the card? If you do see something in there that shouldn't be there and it won't just come out, fall out or blow out be sure to use something non-metalic to pull it out. The contact pins insde should be nice and straight, smooth and clean.
07-07-2019 05:10 PM - edited 07-07-2019 05:13 PM
Im having the same issue. Mine says "No memory card"
I will assume that there is a memory card in the camera. So, it must be bad.
Buy a new card. Consult the camera’s instruction manual to see what type f card to buy. Do not buy a micro-SD card with an adapter. Most of the current cameras are perfectly happy with a Class 1 32 GB SD card, like the Sandisk Extreme.
I suggest that you visit a local camera store to buy a memory card. Buying cards on Amazon and eBay is not recommended because their are a lot of counterfeit cards out there.
I buy all of my online cards from B&H.