Charger Toshiba Toshiba Camileo Pro
Help, please. I just bought a Toshiba Camileo Pro camera for my trip to India in France and I am now in India.
I thought that I brought with me, all apparently not. I can't load the camera, I realized it s not with the USB cord, so either there was nothing else in the box, or it s clear not really how you charge.
There is nothing in the brochure on this subject > please tell me what I should look to buy in India and where.
It s urgent
In my opinion, you should visit the nearest electronic store. Talk with the dealer and explain the situation. I hope that they will be able to help you.
I recently bought a toshiba camileo pro hd camcorder due to its size and 720 hd quality.
I connected through my wlt toshiba tv via the component cable, but the picture quality is bad. It seems very grainy. I thought it was the connection, but these have been checked and were perfect.
IM pretty impressed if this is how it will run even if it was valuable.
I'm doing something wrong?
Cheers for all the advice
If you image quality is bad check details in the menu setting by choosing the right standard of TV (try PAL and NTSC as an alternative).
And if the LCD screen image is unclear when shooting, try to turn the ring to 'Focus' on the circumference of the lens on the proper position: (general/Figure/Macro)
My new Toshiba - Camileo Pro camera is great, but have a few issues, the flash just seems to be a low light that stays on, not real Flash and in very low light, pictures are very unclear.
He also failed to film or take pictures in the dark, night turned on, it s supposed to do. Joined this group of users of Toshiba about whether I have a duff (my specialty) camera, or am I missing something?
Have you tried setting to 'default' but same prob. The playback will also stop on reading as well to the camera and the PC several times briefly.
Have you checked the user manual?
Here you can find all the details on the film and unique photo modes.
Personally I have no experience with this cam so I think that the user manual should be helpful
I'm hoping there's someone there willing and able to help me with this problem. My son bought a Toshiba Camileo Pro a few week ago which is now (I hope!) performing their duty sterling filming in and around Camp Bastion in Afgan. It also has a 'power monkey' with him to power devices, but it will not load the Camileo Pro.
He asked me to send the charger to Afghanistan. Charger, well yarns available in flying over here to the United Kingdom look like nothing, like a charger and of course, that there is no access to a PC to allow the load via a USB port.
I reviewed the documentation minimalist camera and many links 'google' and frankly I still have no idea how this unit or the battery is charged.
Ideas and or solutions?
So, I don't know much of this product, but all I can say is, that with each camcorder comes to a charger.
Have you checked the whole package in which the cam came in?
These devices, cables, brochures, etc., are normally under an additional card, the camera is on.
I pulled one too many times and have neglected all accessories.
Please check again, if it is not something hidden inside the box. ;)
And what is a power monkey?
I bought a Toshiba Camileo Pro HD recently, very nice camera for the price.
But I bought it mainly to use it as a webcam, as does the Camileo Pro and the Camileo HD.
He there wrote nothing in manual mode on this subject and it is downloadable on the Camileo Pro HD no operating manual.
I would be surprised if the above camcorder Camileo series does not have this option.
If anyone can help me, thanks.
As far as I know other Toshiba Camileo CAM support this feature.
I found this thread:
It of very similar to your case and it seems that a new software update might help.
I want to know some details about this product (Toshiba Camileo Pro) that do not appear in the manual.
Which is the resolution of the LCD (2.5 inches)?
What is the length of the film, which will be installed in the Secure Digital 1 GB card?
What is ocupied cantity by the photo from 1 to 7 PM? But 11 MP? All ISO settings?
What is the battery life? Any support for SDHC cards in the future?
You are my last chance to get some information about this product. Please help me!
Thank you and excuse my English.
I do not have the small cam, but I try to provide you with some information.
Duration of the movie will be about 45 minutes on the SD card of 1 GB.
Duration of the battery, I hope that it has been designed with life is about 180 minutes.
Don't know if there will be any SDHC support in the near future. And I thought that there only 7MP and so I read it 350 photos will take place on the 1 GB card.
That of all what I could find right now, hope this helps a little.
I recently bought a Toshiba "* Camileo Pro HD * ' camcorder and now I'm wondering where I can find the mp3 player, the motion detector or the eBook functionality? I can't find them in the menu.
The manual doesn't mention one of these functions, but I read many tests and product descriptions (even the one from the store that I bought), he has these main functions.
They were all bad?
Thanks in advance!
I don't have this camera, but before you wait here a reply maybe you should talk with your local dealer. You must deal with the description of the product and see what they say.
A few weeks, my Toshiba excited Pro started draining battery standby time ago tomorrow. He's going in less than 24 hours from full to empty. On the battery monitor, it says 'Tablet standy' is originally battery drain - isn't an app has become crazy.
I tried to restart, I tried to use not all the apps that I have installed, I even tried a factory reset. Yet the battery drain. I have a feeling that it could be linked to an update of the infrastructure of the Google Services.
Anyone who knows the same problem? I guess we need a firmware update to solve, and I'm not optimistic to see everyone.
So should I return it? I'm put off by the clause of the Toshiba warranty that says they're going to charge me 60 pounds if the Tablet 'requires only an update of the firmware'. I think it is exactly what it takes, but first Toshiba would need produce the new firmware. I guess I should go through the retailer then?
Up to now nobody has reported such similar behaviour of the Tablet and so I think that the theory about the Google service infrastructure could not be completely correct. But that's just an assumption...
AnywayI read some reviews on the battery drain problem in mode 'sleep' with other android tablets.
Someone wrote that partition the cache wiping system can help if the appliance starts to behave strangely or slowly, or in the case where the battery would start to shift very quickly.
System cache partition is a system such as the log files data storage area, frequently accessed data app which has been temporarily put in cache, and downloaded apk Installer files from the game of Google.
In order to clear the cache partition, you need to access the Recovery Menu (button / stop + volume up).
However, there is a proposed solution that has been suggested by other users of android. Not sure if this might help you.
first of all, I got a Toshiba chance excites AT10LE-A-108 Pro in a common store in Germany.
Everything was good except the battery won't charge.
He always showed 0% after plugging the cable it immediaetly turned off and would not turn on without the cable connected.
Then I got a brand new Toshiba excites Pro AT10LE-A-108.
I did all the updates, while I was already wondering because the batterystatus switches always between 0% and "full."
After several hours, I plugged the power cable and the same story the Tablet immeadetly turned off. Yet once, wouldn't turn on without the power cable plugged in:)
Now its all yours :) It is just bad luck, or is this a common problem?
What I have to change something in the settings?
I don't know and I'm not going back again via post :(
Best regards, Tom
I don t think that it is a case of some incorrect settings.
To me, it seems that the battery does not charge and from my point of view it s a hardware problem of battery.
I think you have two options for a fix: you can try to get another new AT10LE-A feature from a dealer or you can contact the maintainer authorized Toshiba in your country for a fix.
On Toshiba supports support ASP page, you can find the service partner in your country in the region.
Hi there guys!
I recently bought the camera Toshiba Camileo x 400, unboxed it, took the lens, screen cover and the insulating battery then cap it charged. After that she had loaded it, I inserted the SD (16 GB SanDisk 'Ultra' 30 Mbps) and went to shoot some test videos.
The record button (mentioned in the manual as the "video" button) does nothing. I tried pressing it hard, I tried pressing down lightly and... Well, there is not that much more, that you can try. Anyway, I went back and looked through the manual, but it doesn't really have a very good troubleshooting section.
After a few minutes, I thought I'd give the remote a whirl - and guess what?
The record button on the remote control worked! The pause button of the camera works too, but for the record, I have to use the remote control. So, what's the problem?
Should I take it back and replace it?
Just to clarify, the camera was on the default settings.
Thank you for the answers!
-Joe Adams, "Jeo.
(the nickname came after one on another forum spelling mistake)
In my opinion, you should visit your dealer and should try another new.
The record button should work fine, and I think it could be a mechanical problem because the buttons on the remote are working properly.
I have a toshiba camileo p10. The problem is that the camera does not turn. I tried to recharge the battery, but the red light blinks for hours.
I tried without the battery and the charger plugged but nothing happened. I cleaned the contacts.
Have you removed the battery AND the AC adapter?
Try this. The two parties should be removed/disconnected.
Leave the camcorder for some time (a few hours). Press and hold button power 30 sec long. After this plug in the battery and charger.
Wait until the battery has been charged and then try to turn on the cam by pressing the power button.
Good luck buddy.
I have a Toshiba Camileo P10 camcorder and the battery don't want to pay more. I have seen that it is a general problem, so I don't even bother to ask why.
So, I'm from Romania and I can not find here buying a new battery for this cam. Instead, I found battery for Toshiba Camileo H-30. My question is that this battery is compatible with P10?
AFAIK the camcorder Camileo P10 needs called battery * NP60 * (1050 mAh)
This battery is compatible with the Camileo P10, P20, P30 HD Pro, pro, S10 S10 P 10 20 30
The Camileo H30 needs * battery NP120 * so it s certainly NOT compatible!
I am trying to enter a Toshiba satellite pro S500-15W bios. I tried the key F2 and FN + F2 keys don't set fixed no joy. Then downloaded the latest version (2013) the update of the bios for this series and windows 7, 32 bit. When I try to run the update I get the message "this computer is not supported". If anyone can help.
Try to hold down the F12 key during the restart of the unit. You will see several options on the page that appears. You'll want to install at the bottom. I have the case of the warning you will are you aure you have win 7?
Most of the time you get this error, or you have a different version, in this case 64 bit? or another OS 8.1 or 10? Take a look at your computer, control panel settings of IE - settings then you can ook at what OS you have and the 32-bit version of or64.
I have a laptop Toshiba Satellite Pro L500-1 t 8 and his hard drive was damaged, so I can't recover the special partition (I tried also with the start of 0 - key).
I have not create a windows restore disc 7 because no one told me to do!
I would like to reinstall my copy of windows 7 licensed slot (for now I installed ubuntu linux).
How can I do?
Hi everyone, I'm having 7 Toshiba Satellite Pro S500 Notebooks here and want to update these shit Core i3 330M and 350M, 370 M and 380M CPU for Core i5 or Core i7 CPU. I'm not quite sure what CPU Socket, I have to buy and which generations of CPUS are supported by the S500. I processors up to 380 M Corei3 assembled in these things now and think its a HM55 Express chipset inside which must allow to i5 and i7 processors. I already had problems in upgrading toshiba tecra A9 modells and after upgrading CPU they were running very well and the FAN was blowing ultra noisy at speed of 100% all the time without ever turning off again even if the laptop could be frozen at 0 ° C and it has never been warm. Level 3rd Toshiba support then told me that he would need a firmware update they do provide customers and was told to send books to repair @ € 50 each, just to update this microcode. So I would ask if anyone has a list of processors supported for the S500 modells?
Numbers of exact model I have:
Satellite Pro S500-106 (PSSE0E-19M06SLD)
Satellite Pro S500-147 (PSSE0E-0HH06SLD)
Satellite Pro S500-132 (PSSE0E-09G05ELD)
Hope someone can help, I don't want to end up buying an i7 or i5 cpu, spending 50 dollars, investing 4 hours work and end up with a laptop unusable, I immediately dismantle again just for the work that I had invested... Forward your answers J
Best thing to do is to choose a CPU provided with one of the other S500 PSSE0E patterns. This way you can be sure the BIOS supports.
Some portable computers require a cooling system calibration after that another CPU is installed. An ASP can do the calibration.
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