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Lens are not coming out

I put in the 28mm lens and its not coming out no matter what i do i pressed the little button and twisted it the right way but it wonr come out

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Did you put the lens on up-side down? Don't laugh, it happens. If so, hold the lens lock button in (on camera body)and give the lens a quick counter clock wise twist. It should snap out.
If on correctly, turn lens clock wise while pushing in lock button,then with button still pushed in turn the lens counter clock-wise.

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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