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Canon powersshot a450

Displays error "lens error restart camera" Unable to get camera past this point. Have changed batteries to no effect.

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  • aertha Nov 09, 2007

    my screen is just blank, dark really my camera is still functional though as in when i take pics i can still view them via same screen but when i decide to take the shots i cant seem to see them like i used to help

  • Anonymous Dec 11, 2007

    I have the same problem

  • BGGRDD May 31, 2008

    My camera just stop working one day and it displayed the "lens error message, restart camera" it was not dropped, or damanged in anyway

  • Anonymous Jun 16, 2008

    My camara Shows in Erros with the lens..How do i restar my camara

  • wsarm Jul 30, 2008

    Lens error, restart camera, how do I fix?

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