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Lens error getting lens error when I try to turn the camera on. The shutter starts to open then shuts.

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  • tay8664 May 21, 2009

    when i turn the camera on the lens zooms in and out trying to focus then finally a error message appears on the screen

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If the problem is due to the fact that u have dropped the camera on floor or put into water...then no other go you should change the whole lens array...contact your nearest service centre

Posted on May 13, 2009

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