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Camera doesn't detect any images.

After turning the camera on the LCD screen stays black as if had the lens cover on.

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Re: Camera doesn't detect any images.

For the dark screen problem see my article
http://zyvid.com/smf/index.php?topic=449.0

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Re: Camera doesn't detect any images. - Panasonic D-Snap SV-AV100 Digital Camera Digital Cameras

Try changing the battery pack.

Posted on Feb 09, 2006

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The screen on my camera stays black after the camera is turned on. The lens cover is open. If I take a picture it will just be black.


If you transfer the picture to your computer and you get a black image then your "lens" is faulty - actually a cmos based receiver.

If the photo is ok - then the back LCD screen is at fault.

Either way, it needs fixed and if under guarantee contact the manufacturer and ask for a replacement, or take it back to the store you got it from.

Or if out of warranty you will need to buy a new one I am afraid.
If you have some technical skills you could look on eBay for another broken one of the same model as yours and put the two together to get a working camera.

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When I turn it on the screen stays black. When I try to take pictures they are black. The flash is working. I can sight through the view finder. I can view existing pictures on the LCD screen so I am sure...


your dead right the lens is closed when the unit is turned on a small latch pulls away a black sheld that stops light (direct) from damaging the lens these latches fail some times and are real expensive to have fixed

im sorry but i think its time to go looking for a new camera

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I used the above trick to clear an F18 error on an A75.  Right now I am trying to get the camera to focus properly, but somehow the above cleared the F18 error.

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The problem you are experiencing is due to the shutter being stuck closed. Normally the shutter is kept open while you compose the image, and then when you push the button it closes and the CCD records what it was seeing at that moment. When the shutter is stuck the image is blocked from reaching the CCD at all times so you can see nothing. Unfortunately the shutter is a tiny delicate component buried deep within the lens assembly and is not accessible without complete disassembly. I would suggest finding a repair center to ship the camera to, or replacing the camera. I would definitely not _gently_ tap the camera on a hard surface to possibly dislodge a slightly stuck shutter blade. This could easily cause further damage to the camera. However, you are not me. ;) David Millier Advance Camera Repair

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