Your lens frame - that which moves out when the camera opens is
probable bent. Looking down at it from the top and sides, does it look
bent? By grasping is firmly but not hard try softly to bend the lens
frame in the opposite direction, carefully.
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Force it out like it was forced in. Try to rotate the lens. Remember it has to be off. As soon as the lens is half way out, turn the camara on and the lens will go to its position. If not, while the lens is out turn it left or right until it's back to its position. Good luck.
First try pressing the DISP or DISPLAY button on the back of your camera. If that doesn't help, try taking a picture with the screen black. Is the picture also black? If so, a stuck shutter is another common failure mode for digital cameras. The symptoms of a stuck or "sticky" shutter are very similar to CCD image sensor failure. The camera may take black pictures (for shutter stuck closed), or the pictures may be very bright and overexposed, sometimes with lines, especially when taken outdoors (for shutter stuck open). To confirm a stuck shutter, put the camera in any mode other than "Auto", and turn the flash OFF (you don't want to blind yourself for the next step). Next look down the lens and take a picture. You should see a tiny flicker in the center of the lens as the shutter opens and closes. If no movement is seen, then you likely have a stuck shutter. If so, please see this link for further info and a simple fix that may help.
Did you happen to drop it accidentally? Or accidentally applied force into your camera? If yes, then there is big chance you will gonna have to replace the whole lens! If not, then it might just be dirt stuck inside your lens mechanism. To fix it, hold your camera with the lens facing the ground. Then, tap your camera repeatedly. Start with light tapping to moderate. If that doesn't work, spray condensed air directly into the lens part of your camera.
Have you dropped your camera on the lens since I've seen that cause it before. If not then it's possible that the motor in the lens has gone. Either way it would be a costly repair which there's a 50/50 chance it would actually work again. Your best bet would be to get a new camera.
there is a problum in your lenze block (optical assy) this problum is not remove at home so please go to your nearst sony service centre & repair the lenze block because no the child parts are avalable
My friend had that hapin, the lens got stuck and the camera wouldn't turn on. I first asked if she still had warrenty on it. When she told me the warrenty was probebly long over, we concluded that there would be nothing to lose by try ing to fix it.
I carefully forced the zoom back by hand, after that it worked fine again.
Sometimes this can happen if the battery cover was accidentally opened while the lens was moving. Try something simple. Turn the camera off. Open the battery cover and remove the batteries for 5 minutes. replace the batteries and secure the cover. Turn on the camera. The lens should go to it's home position. Let me know if this helps. And thanks for coming to FixYa. Don't forget to rate my answer!
I have a Kodak 1275. Green light would go on the off and lens was stuck open. Now for solution that worked for me. Get a can of compressed air, like what you use for computer keyboards. Blow the compressed air all around your stuck open lens, not to fast and switch directions of where you blow air around stuck opened lens. Make sure batteries are fresh and fully charged. Tap your camera against the palm of your hand twice, not to hard or you may damage instead of jarring lens lose. Next lay your camera on a table lens facing up, push power button on so camera will try to auto focus and lens should reseat itself and lens should move freely. It doesn`t have to look dirty or dusty, little tiny particles can cause the lens to get stuck and shut off fast because it is a safety feature. If this does not work try plugging your camera into computer so the lcd screen does not try to go on , thus giving even more power to get your lens moving . Do not try to force it closed by pushing or twisting with your hand or you may cause damage that will cost as much as the camera to fix.
I purchased my Canon SD 1000 a couple months ago and as soon as I owned it one month I had lens problems. Stuck shut stuck open and now its still stuck open. I take care of my camera and carry it in a case all the time. This is my second rodeo and there wont be a 3rd,