I am not sure what each voltage is for but I do know that Nintendo have made a branded and licensed Nintendo Switch car charger. I'd recommend getting one of those or at least finding out the specs for it. Hopefully that helps.
Hi there, Check to see that the connectors of the game cartridges and slot are clear of rust/dust and any other non-nintendo nastiness. If it appears all fine then I would suggest testing multiple games. If its only a select few games that aren't working follow this guide to clean them out. Disassembling Nintendo 64 Cartridge When mine doesn't work the first time flicking the console on and off a few times generally fixes the issue. Also check that the AV connectors aren't dirty or grimy. If so give them a clean. You can also find replacement AV cables on Ebay, it might be worth trying another one. Another issue I've come across, if you're using a newer TV you may have to change your TV picture settings from standard to game or dynamic. Lastly, make sure its plugged in correctly and the TV is on the correct channel/input. Its simple but it is surprisingly common. I hope these help.
Firstly, The numbers on the back are the amount of film you have left in the canister. It resets every time you change the film. Secondly, Make sure that your exposure settings are correct, the camera will detect which is the best setting by lighting the orange LED on the right setting. You will then have to rotate the lens manually to that setting for the picture to be the best quality. Also make sure your fingers aren't covering the two black sensors above the lens, this can cause the camera to take over exposed shots, making them white. I hope this helps.
Can you take a screenshot of the flickering? If the picture comes up clear then it might be a flex cable issue. I would also suggest trying an SMC or PRAM DISCLAIMER: The following sequences are maintenance/developer controls and have a very low risk of causing data loss or possible corruption. The chances are very low, less than 3% but I just thought I'd give you or anyone reading this a warning before using these methods. Do so at your own risk. SMC: Control, option, left shift and the power button. Make sure you're charger is plugged in and there are no USB drives or anything else plugged in. If performed successfully the charger light will change from orange to green back to orange. PRAM: switch off the device. Press the power button then immediately press and hold P, R, left command, option. Hold these down for about a minute, during that time the screen may flash white and the start up tone will play. Let that happen 3 times then let go and let it boot up normally. I hope this helps.
This isn't an issue with the camera. You will notice that the view finder is at the top right of the device where as the lens is in the center. Because its a polaroid and a very simple one at that, it doesn't have a digital or 'in-line' view finder. So while you're lining up your shot with the view finder the actual image will be taken slightly to the left and down because of where the lens sits. You can combat this by aiming slightly to the right and above your target object. It's just a flaw in the product that users have to deal with unless they release another model addressing this issue. I hope this helps.