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Unable to veiw image through lens

Everything is working ok except the above

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  • Anonymous Jan 27, 2009

    blurry lens

  • Anonymous Feb 19, 2009

    Preparing to take a picture but the screen is black, as if the lens cap is on. We are able to take the picture but when you view the picture of course there is no image. We have scrolled through the menu and reset all operations to the default with no success.

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    Shahid Electronics May 11, 2010

    Please intimate exact model of camera to help you out.



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I have the same problem with my flawless-up-until-today S2-IS. I read in another link the problem is related to moisture causing the iris to stick, requiring a forced reboot. This worked for me, but after putting away the camera for a few days the prblem returned and needed the trick again.

When you turn on the camera and are able to see menus but the image displays are dark, try the following:
1. Place the program selector to "Tv" setting
2. Press the self-timer selector (twice) until you see the timer icon on the screen
3. Press the shutter button to take a photo; the self-timer begins to beep a countdown
4. Open the battery cover BEFORE the timer runs out.
5. After a second, close the battery cover and the camera will power cycle automoatically.
6. The displays should return to normal.
You may have to repeat this a few times to get it to work. Good luck.

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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