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Lens cover not opening and mode dial problems.

When I turn my DMC FX07 on it switches between modes or states "dial mode not in proper postition." Also the lens cover doesn't always open automatically. Is this worth fixing?

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It is a cheap part, if you can find someone that sells it. I would sell it as-is online somewhere to recover some money.

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Mode dial is not in the proper position


i had the same problem try this tap the outside of the dial lightly while turning the camera on it should basically "pop" right out if it didn't work it needs to go to a panasonic service technician. most likely the lens is damaged and the mode switch

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When you turn it on the screen displays "mode dial in not in the proper position." Mode dial does not turn properly.


Something seems to be broken or off between the mode dial and the switch. It also may have broken internal parts.
I have had a camera with a similar problem. It was that the small switch inside was broken, and could not be repaired.
These mode switches can be changed, but will require a digital camera repairman to do such a job. It also could be sold for parts/repair on a site such as Ebay.

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Probably the connection between the top dial assy and the mainboard of the camera is loose, you can open the backcover easely and push the top operation to the mainprint and clsoe the backcover with the screws.

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I have a Panasonic Lumix DMC FX07. My photos are blurry 90% of the time. What are the best settings to put in on to get the best quality?


I have looked around, and it appears that there are others with the same problem, with that same model. Either the camera has an issue, or there are picky settings on the camera.

Start with the obvious. Make sure the lens is very clean. Use lens tissue, or a very soft, lint free cloth. Try that first and see if there is any difference.

When you are taking pictures, take advantage of focus lock. You center the subject you are focusing on, then push down the shutter button half way. Then while holding it half way, you can reposition the camera and take the picture. The focus will lock on whatever you first clicked on. It works really cool.

Make sure the stabalizer is turned on, the little hand with lines around it, like shake.. Make sure that is on 1 or 2 mode and not turned off. Try all three and experiment with that.

Lastly, make sure you use your scene modes. Moving subjects need the sports mode, people portrait mode, etc. That adjusts the shutter speed and lens opening for the right type of photo.

If you have Adobe Reader, here is a link to your manual, you can download it to your computer.

http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/Stylus740_750InstructionManual.pdf

I hope this helps!

Paul

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Hi,

I tried Option No.1 successfully when my Panasonic DMC-FZ7K froze once:

Option No1:


1. Try turning the camera on with the battery inserted.

2. Now remove the battery while the camera is on.

3. Flip the switch on the camera to off, then insert a fully charged battery. (Make sure that the battery's orientation is correct. Also make sure that the battery being used is not damaged).

4. Now flip the camera's switch to ON again.
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Option No. 2:


If you can open the Setup menu then the camera can be reset which might help:

Turn on the camera.

1. Press MENU SET.

2. Press the left arrow button.

3. Press the down arrow button.

4. Press the right arrow button.

5. Now, press the up arrow button several times until the menu item named RESET is highlighted. Push the right arrow button and then select and set YES when the camera asks to be reset.

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