I read a response from you on this forum about this camera. I am having trouble with the lens not coming out after I turn the camera on. I can't take pictures with it either. I had it outside earlier taking pictures of the kids in the snow since we just got socked with a snowstorm and about 8 inches of snow. It was cold outside and I was probably only out with the camera for about 20 minutes. Can you help?
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The SP-570UZ does not have a filter thread; therefore, lens filters cannot be attached directly to the camera.
Filters with 55mm diameter can be attached to the SP-570UZ via the CLA-10 Lens Tube Adapter, sold separately. However, it is not recommended because vignetting may occur in the corners of the image when the camera is set to wide angle positions.
The CLA-10 Lens Tube Adapter (Item #202104) is available from authorized Olympus dealers and also online from The Olympus Store: http://emporium.olympus.com
I just pulled my 320 out after not using it for 4 months and the lens extended and zoom error began flashing on the screen. After reading a few other post on the net about how much it cost I decided the camera was a goner. For good measure I banged it on my mouse pad a couple times and the lens suddenly retracted and it is now working fine. Doubt it will work very often but might be worth a try. Make sure you hit it on something soft to prevent other damage.