Question about Canon YH19x6.7KTS 1/2" 19:1 Motorized Zoom, TV (yh19x67kts) Lens Converter
I would like some more information re the
"Canon TV ZOOM LENS V6x16 16-100mm 1:19"
I would like to know which Canon camera type if fits.
The only other information I have is that it has macro functionality.
Hoping you can help
The electronics that run the sensor are gone. The camea can be sent back for repair, but the cost may be more than it is worth. New cameras like yous sell for $ 299.99 and up. If it was mine, I would toss it and buy a newer camera. You will get new features and more resolution. If you have a lot of accessories and really like that old one, you may try finding a used on in very good condition. Be aware of used since you dont know what problems you will be buying. Make sure the camer has a return period or warranty so you can return it if it doesn't test correctly.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
SOURCE: Lens Error
If you are sure that your battery is fully charged but still does not do any good, then do this little trick:
1. Hold the camera on your right hand with the lens facing the ground.
2. As you press the power on button, tap or hit the camera's base to your left palm. Do this several times.
Chances are, there could be a sand or granule of dust that got stuck on the sides of the lens, preventing it to retract properly.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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