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Re: cannoot see through the lens ??
CCD sensor is faulty ( see enclosed pic) and so no image is generated in capture mode. See if the agents will repair this fault ( as this is manufactiring fault ) free of charge ; something Sony, Canon and Nikon do .
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firts resolve the lens issue
1.- Clean the lens surface with a soft cloth (clean the cilinder body of lens)
2.- Turn OFF the camera.
3.- Gently Push the lens
4.- Gently PULL the lens while you turn ON the camera
Check if the lens go in and out. If the lens don`t move try again step 2 to 4
If the lens move, and the Screen continue NOT image (screen is white) you need replace the lens sensor
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Your camera has it own doctor built in, if it sees an internal error it will shut down. When a camera turns on it goes through a series of tests, if one of these test fails your camera records an error. If the lens is moving in and out your camera is trying to get the lens to function. As such you have a faulty camera.
I was able to lightly tap the lens in with the tip of my finger while turning the camera off. Then I applied a little pressure on the lens while turning it back on. I guess I was thinking that I would make the lens work a little harder to come out and tighten whatever may have slipped or something. Anyway, after dropping it on carpet and tapping the lens, then the pressure.... It works. Hope this helps..
This is probably THE most common failure among digital cameras. There's a halfway chance of fixing it yourself, described here: http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/12/fixing-lens-error-on-digital-camera.html
Try opening your camera, check the lens gear if its teeth are
complete. If so, check if something stucks on it. Its much better to
bring your camera to an authorized service center to re timing your
lens track... ^_^