Question about Nikon Coolpix 4300 Digital Camera
Hi, my camera has been doing this for two years off and on, more often lately. I also found the lens sticking when vacationing somewhere warm and humid and tropical. I ususally fix it by gently pushing on the lens as I turn it off. It may take several times for the camera to correct itself. I found this website hoping to find a better solution to this problem, too, it sounds like the only solution is to upgrade to a new camera. Too bad, I love my 4300 and have been very happy with the photos taken. But, having a camera that can take 7mp and up is attractive and for the price of repairing this one. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 07, 2007
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