Question about Casio Exilim EX-Z4U Digital Camera
Does it stay when you turn it off and back on again? These cameras have a function that shuts the camera down when there's a mechanical obstruction to the lens extension, It shuts it down to prevent more serious damage to the mechanism. Problem is, sometimes when triggered it doesn't return to normal. Try resetting it, either by the regular procedure, or by taking out the batteries for a few minutes. keep in mind that the lens barrel of this Casio unit is almost all the way to the left edge of the camera. Inevitably, when you hold the camera with two hands, one of the fingers of the left hand will overlap onto the front left edge of the unit, which, in fact, puts a portion of the finger on top of the edge of the extending lens barrel, either slowing its extension outward or aborting the extension process altogether. Even when you instantly jerk your finger away instinctively when the barrel rides the edge of your finger, you still have affected or interrupted the barrel extension process. In my opinion, a design flaw, but who am I to say? Good luck ;]
Posted on Jun 04, 2006
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