Ok in beetween my lens and the actual ... phototaking lens there is a spec or dirt un noticable until i zoom ... this has got in the way fer a while ive tried canned air but it doesnt seem to work... now that im frusterated what do i do
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This is almost certainly due to dirt on your lens or mirror - possibly your sensor. If you have two interchangable lenses try them both and see if there is a difference. If no difference the mirror or sensor is probably dirty. In either case, I would suggest you have them cleaned professionally unless you are confident about working inside your camera. If there is no smudge with one lens then the other lens must be dirty. Clean both ends carefully with soft, lint free cloth.
1. Dirt on the outside of the lens. Clean it with a lens cloth.
2. Something got inside the lens somehow. Do not take it apart yourself. Have a proffesional clean it.
3. The LCD screen is bad.
It may not be the view finder. My guess is that there's some dust on the lens. It will look like the dust is inside the view finder but its actually not. Do these "spec" appear on pictures too? If yes then you will need to clean your lens/get it cleaned.
I am sorry to say that this design of lens is the worst i've seen from Fuji.
Focus error relates to the mechanism right at the front of the lens. The motor and drive gear are in the end piece of the lens, as opposed to other cameras that have the focus mechanism in the back of the lens and is easily access able once inside the camera.
Does the lens stick? or buzz on power up? If you tap gently, with your finger nail, on the actual lens on power up ( you may have to do this several times) you may find the lens comes out ok and no error msg is displayed (until you try zooming).This will probably be because something is jamming the gears or the tiny tension spring used on the gears has come off. I have tried to clear several A500's with this problem with limited success.
if its dirt, then it would be better to gave it serviced by an authorized sevicer. check also if the spot blinks and if it is..............its a dead pixel.(dead pixel os not a malfunction)
its normal with all lcd screens. you may set up repair file for yet camera on www.sony.com/repair or call 1800-222-7669.
There is no easy fix, you?ll have either disassemble and get dirty, or take to an authorized repair person. This zoom error problem is usually caused due to dirt or dust in the zoom mechanism.
If you think you can handle disassembling the camera then grab a set of gentile screwdrivers and follow these instructions:
You will have to remove a few circuit boards in order to get to the zoom mechanism.