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to the beach yesterday, by the end of the night my camera gave me this
error: "lens error, restart camera". The lens would no longer come out.
I figured sand got stuck within the lens, so I did the following:
1. Turn camera up-side-down (with lens facing down) 2. Gently tap the sides of the camera (to loosen particles in lens) 3. Turn camera on 4. The lens will eventually come out 5. Gently tap the sides of the lens 6. Turn camera off (continue tapping side of lens as it retracts)
I turned the camera on and off a couple of times to ensure I removed all sand particles from the camera.
Hi there, as per your information i suggest you please reset the camera from camera Manu option. After that if its working well then fine otherwise its a problem of lens auto focusing. Reason of Dust or there is a guide pin in side the lens. Thats not working, for that you need to service your camera. Another chance is if your camera or lens fall down then there is a chance of mirror movement internally. So batter after reset if not solve the problem then visit service center. Thanks.
Image transfer chip from lens may damager or not getting proper connection from lens. Thats why does not fixed on a perliculer location. Please visit canon service center.Just close your eyes and think how a image comes via lens & showing in display. You will get the ans. watch the photo.
Thanks, i am waiting for your feed back & if you satisfied then thumps me please.
Not entirely, The optics of the camera combines with the lens in certain lights will alter the hue of some colors. Like a sound of almost equal tone cancelling out similar frequency sound. You have heard of Tinnitus ( ringing in the ears) when you apply a tone close to that frequencdy it cancels the sound Silence! Similar things can happen through a lens... the refractory curve is slightly different to the mirror and so colors can distort. Power shot is not a top professional camera it is more point and shoot so does not come with the ability to set different kelvin settings (Itemperature) to compensate for this problem. Hope that helps you somewhat