Question about Cameras
I had the same problem with my 6-month old Olympus SP-560UZ and was quite upset until I thought of a way around this. The error seems to be due to the lens becoming off axis and not extending. I was able to turn on the camera by lying it down flat on its back so the lens will extend straight up when the camera is powered up. Once it is turned on, it seems ok to move it back in its normal position.
So far so good - and it is free…
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
Zoom errors will not occur mostly in good cameras(i.e)new buyed cameras......if that error exists means the problem is in your digital cameras.......you have togive that camera for repairing form where you have buyed......if it is sony.....give it in sony show room....like that....no other go.....try this....
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
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