Question about Cameras
Lens errors are displayed when the camera cannot move the lens or something is slowing it down.
Accidental damage may have occured including the possibility of it being dropped or having something spilled inside of it.
Determine whether or not you have a service plan on that camera from the retailed you purchased it from.
If not, call Canon for repair estimates. If it just happened all of a sudden this it may still be under the warranty. If they determine its accidental (or mainly not the cameras fault) additional charges will apply.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
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