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What are .thm (thumbnail) files and why does my camera show them?
The files ending in .THM are thumbnail representations of the actual image files, which end in “.JPG.” The camera uses them to display the picture on the LCD screen of the camera. Because they are very small, they do not take up much space on the memory card. The .THM file size will be around 200 kilobytes (kb) as opposed to about a few megabytes (mb) for the actual image file .JPG.Do I need to transfer the thumbnail files to the computer along with the image files?No, you do not need to copy the .THM files to the computer when you transfer the image files. Only the .JPG files will be used on the computer. Note that you should not delete the .THM files from the memory card on the camera since they are needed to view pictures on your camera.
There could be 2 things you could try:
Follow the steps below to troubleshoot this issue. NOTE: It is normal for the camera to lose time and date settings when the battery is removed from the camera for more than 12 hours.
This problem can occur for one or more reasons. Some common causes and suggested solutions are listed below.
GE Camera provides 2 ways to avoid "red eye".
The cause and solution may include one of the following:
Step Two: Check if the camera is set on Macro mode. (applies to setting in Infinite Mode). Macro mode could cause out of focus problems.Step Three: Check Zoom. (applies to setting in "Wide Mode") - Zooming will cause the "Shortest Focus Distance" longer than "Wide Mode" eg:
The G1 focus range is variation. [ Macro (Wide) 5cm; (Tele) 25 cm ]Step Four: Check if the environment is too dark (almost no light source). All the above 4 steps will cause "focus fail."
These work for many printers, consult your printer documentation for more information on features of your printer.