I bought my FE-340 just one and half month ago. I was rather happy with its performances as I was discovering better ways to shoot nice pictures. But suddenly, after 2 weeks, a black spot started appearing on the LCD monitor and it's visible on the photos as well. I'm really disappointed with this. I'm yet to take it to a wordlwide repair warranty member. I want to do it soon.
Can anyone tell me why it happended? What should be done to rectify it? Thanks for a patient reading.
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This is a common problem with digital cameras. Canon makes a great camera you just need to know the trick. The shutter release has two stages the first lets the camera do metering the second takes the pic. to get action shots you need to frame the photo before the action ( set up the pic in the veiw finder or lcd display) the press the release to the first stop and wait for the green box or bracket (depending on model) the shot is now ready as soon as you press down the rest of the way it will immediatly take the pic.
this is the only way I'm aware of to get an action pic with a digital point and shoot. You bought a great camera but it's not quite an SLR.
Turn on camera, makes grinding-type noise, then lens goes in and out
several times...try to put your camera in a table lcd side down and
turn it on...while lightly tapping on the sides of the lens. also try
to check out this link http://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/cpg_servicerepair_warrantyinfo.asp