Question about Cameras
Yeah, after it broke I messed with mine even kind of roughly, just kept twisting it as I turned it off and on... it actually worked. I'm not saying you should risk ruining your camera but I was either going to fix this myself or buy a new one.
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
Have you tried to gently pull and twist the end of the lense when it is extended?
unfortunatley when these cameras are dropped they can cause the lense to become unaligned and create a focus error if twissting dosent help it would need to be sent away for repair to have the lenses realligned but it wont be covered by warrenty
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