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Re: help me please
Unfortunately, that now means that the camera has failed internally. You will have to check with the Canon service center on repairs - sometimes they offer a fixed rate to fix out of warranty, but some times, the cost can be more than just replacing the camera.
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its probably that this is a motherboard error, if the camera are dropped or have received a pressure. this is not a good signal. have you see if the lenns prove to open in the moment taht you turn on the camera?? if you hear a little rumor of the lens....is probably that this is a lens damage. if you hear nothing its possible that is lens damage or motherboard damage. to first control better that the batterie charger dont are faulty??? it s possible that the batterie are new but the charger dont charge the batteries proper . if batterie and charger is ok. this is a charatteristic, lens or motherboard failure. its important to find a onest camera repairer. to open the camera and look if the camera have eletronic damage, or only a faul contact problem, from a internal contact flat. good luck
I have the same problem... cleaning the contacts does not work. I'm using NiMH 2450 mAmp batteries, brand new, and I get a low battery indicator immediately. Camera shuts off unexpectedly. A short search online indicates that HUNDREDS of people are having the same problem. Kodak help not very helpful. I'm ready to buy something else!
There are several reason why digital camera doesn't stay ON even when the batteries are fully charge or use brand new batteries. You can try to do the following steps to make sure that there is something wrong on the camera and not just batteries.
- Remove the batteries from the camera and the memory card - Make sure that your using a brand new batteries
- Clean the battery contacts with a clean dry cloth - verify that the batteries are inserted correctly - Set the camera in Auto then turn it on
[Listen if there is a grinding sound on the lens part of the camera.]
Most Digital Camera turn itself Off when the lens won't zoom. So, if your camera start up and lens moves before it turns off and you can switch it on a different mode and it works. You need to contact your camera manufacturer and have the camera sent for repair. It might be wiring issue on the lens part of the digital camera
**** a very common problem with most cameras. There hasn't been much of a solution for this problem except to try to wiggle the lens zoom while pushing and holding the power button. Also make sure you have brand new batteries installed. Even the slightest dead battery will cause a problem.
i have the same problem with my olymus camera. its agravating because mine wont turn on and the lense is sticking out. my warrenty is up so im thinking about buying a new camera? im not sure because it cost more to repair.
yes me too! one side of my lens hit the ground and is stuck. it wont come out and my camera also automatically turns itself off once i try to start it. i think you shoudl go get your lens fixed...mines stuck and wont go in or come out