Question about Cameras
It sounds like your lens is defective and needs to be cleaned, repaired or replaced if you are seeing an error message that reads "E:18", "E:61" or "Lens error, restart camera" or something similar. Turning the camera off and back on again will not fix the problem unfortunately.
There are online places that will do it for a decent price and there are others that overcharge by way too much.
I know this because I own one that charges a reasonable price to do the repair! (Google 'darntoothysam')
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Posted on Oct 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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