Question about Cameras
Does the lens have a physical shutter that you can see, like metal petals that open and close? On my camera, the aperature is made of petals that open and close to regulate the light and they close down completely when the camera is not in use. The petals are controlled by a small servo that, if non-functional, will completely "blind" the camera CCD. Many cameras use electronic shutters that have no mechanics and that would indicate a hardware problem that most likely cant be fixed without a new PC board or lens/CCD assembly..
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
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