Question about Cameras
After I accidentally dropped my EX-Z1050 about 2 ft onto a thin carpeted floor my lens got stuck in the out position. Later when I carefully looked at the lens from side I noticed that the last section was crooked in comparison to the first section closest to the camera body. With the battery removed I gently nudged the last section of the lens until it was realigned again. I put the battery back in and it worked perfectly again. Good luck!
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
Unfotunatly if the lens is jammed out it will need to go to a service centre for repair.
It may be repairable but 9 times out of 10 we have had to replace the complete lens assy. Is it still with in warranty? is so and it has not been miss used you will need to find your closest Authorised Casio service centre for repairs and further advice.
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