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Hi,
According to the User Guide for your camera, the date and time should be held for at least 40 hours once the battery has been removed from the camera.
As your camera does not have a separate, dedicated date and time backup battery, as some other cameras have, it most probably uses a capacitor, mounted on the circuit board in the camera to maintain the time and date, when the battery is removed. The capacitor is charged by the camera's main (and only) battery and has enough charge to hold the date and time setting for the required 40 hours.
-I suspect that it is faulty or that it is somehow become disconnected from the circuit board, possibly a dry solder joint perhaps..
+I suspect that it is faulty or that it has somehow become disconnected from the circuit board, possibly a dry solder joint perhaps..

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Bewerkt door: jayeff ,

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Hi,
According to the User Guide for your camera, the date and time should be held for at least 40 hours once the battery has been removed from the camera.
-As your camera does not have a separate, dedicated date and time backup battery, as some other camera have, it most probably uses a capacitor, mounted on the circuit board in the camera to maintain the time and date, when the battery is removed. The capacitor is charged by the camera's main (and only) battery and has enough charge to hold the date and time setting for the required 40 hours.
+As your camera does not have a separate, dedicated date and time backup battery, as some other cameras have, it most probably uses a capacitor, mounted on the circuit board in the camera to maintain the time and date, when the battery is removed. The capacitor is charged by the camera's main (and only) battery and has enough charge to hold the date and time setting for the required 40 hours.
I suspect that it is faulty or that it is somehow become disconnected from the circuit board, possibly a dry solder joint perhaps..

Status:

open

Bewerkt door: jayeff ,

Tekst:

Hi,
According to the User Guide for your camera, the date and time should be held for at least 40 hours once the battery has been removed from the camera.
As your camera does not have a separate, dedicated date and time backup battery, as some other camera have, it most probably uses a capacitor, mounted on the circuit board in the camera to maintain the time and date, when the battery is removed. The capacitor is charged by the camera's main (and only) battery and has enough charge to hold the date and time setting for the required 40 hours.
-I suspect that it is faulty or that it is somehow become disconnected from the circuit board.
+I suspect that it is faulty or that it is somehow become disconnected from the circuit board, possibly a dry solder joint perhaps..

Status:

open

Bewerkt door: jayeff ,

Tekst:

Hi,
According to the User Guide for your camera, the date and time should be held for at least 40 hours once the battery has been removed from the camera.
As your camera does not have a separate, dedicated date and time backup battery, as some other camera have, it most probably uses a capacitor, mounted on the circuit board in the camera to maintain the time and date, when the battery is removed. The capacitor is charged by the camera's main (and only) battery and has enough charge to hold the date and time setting for the required 40 hours.
-I suspect that it has either become faulty or has become disconnected from the circuit board.
+I suspect that it is faulty or that it is somehow become disconnected from the circuit board.

Status:

open

Bewerkt door: jayeff ,

Tekst:

Hi,
According to the User Guide for your camera, the date and time should be held for at least 40 hours once the battery has been removed from the camera.
-As your camera does not have a separate, dedicated date and time backup battery, it most probably uses a capacitor, mounted on the circuit board in the camera to maintain the time and date, when the battery is removed. The capacitor is charged by the camera's main (and only) battery and has enough charge to hold the date and time setting for the required 40 hours.
+As your camera does not have a separate, dedicated date and time backup battery, as some other camera have, it most probably uses a capacitor, mounted on the circuit board in the camera to maintain the time and date, when the battery is removed. The capacitor is charged by the camera's main (and only) battery and has enough charge to hold the date and time setting for the required 40 hours.
I suspect that it has either become faulty or has become disconnected from the circuit board.

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: jayeff ,

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Hi,

According to the User Guide for your camera, the date and time should be held for at least 40 hours once the battery has been removed from the camera.

As your camera does not have a separate, dedicated date and time backup battery, it most probably uses a capacitor, mounted on the circuit board in the camera to maintain the time and date, when the battery is removed. The capacitor is charged by the camera's main (and only) battery and has enough charge to hold the date and time setting for the required 40 hours.

I suspect that it has either become faulty or has become disconnected from the circuit board.

Status:

open