Question about Casio Exilim EX-V7 Digital Camera
THE cmaera will not permit me to take pictures, opeining the lens results in error message Camera Stabilizer not available, then camera shuts down.
The cmaera isl not permiting me to take pictures, opeining the lens results in error message Camera Stabilizer not available, then camera shuts down.
please provide me some solution
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
My camera will not permit me to take pictures. Opeining the lens results in error message 'Camera Stabilizer not available', then camera shuts down. Worked fine a few days ago then this. How do I fix this problem as I need to use this camera this weekend to record surgery I'm going to have.
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
I sent my camera back to casio with original reciept and they fixed it and returned it within 14 days. I was really shocked at the turn around time. Just call casio's 800 number and get the information you need.
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
Download the latest firmware V1.03 will fix the problem. The irritating error message still appears but the camera works fine otherwise.
Try it, don't throw the camera oout yet!
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
Adding the firmware ver. 1.03 did it, although the Camera Stabilizer messege still appears. The camera works fine now.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
Camera stabiliser not available when power on.cannot use
Posted on May 02, 2008
the new version really works. I wished i would have done it earlier.
Im wondering if the error is a problem, should i still send it back? I think ill just use it more.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
Downloading the newest firmware on your ex-v7 can simply solve this problem. I have this problem too. By downloading the latest software, it goes back to normal. But the "stabilzer not available" thing still pops out after a sec. it'll just back to its normal mode... Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
Hey guys the upload really works! It just sucks that i haven't tried it earlier! I am ot of country for a while and needed it fixed so i found a localcasio repair shop and they told me that it only takes a second to fix it so I got really happy and then asked for a price and it's 180 euros - no thank you! So i went online and read tons of opinions and tried the upload with my fingers crossed! The message about the stabilizer still appears but just for a sec and then i'm able to take pics! Thanks a lot for the help! And Good Luck!
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
Casio suggested that I send it in for repairs. I refuse to do so. I bought the thing on the 27th, its going back to the store. Never buy another one.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
I recommend downloading and installing the firmware update to version 1.02 from the www.casio.com website. this seems to have solved the problem....I still get the message but I can use the camera now. I wonder if I should get the lense realigned or just let it ride....
Posted on Nov 10, 2007
I know that this means you dropped it and the lens are misaligned now. It should still be under warranty, call the number on the warranty card...but dont tell them you dropped it. It takes 5 weeks to get it back. I had mine back from repair a week and it fell out of my pocket when I sat down and now Im in the same boat as you. I was wondering if anyone has open one of these up and re aligned thier own lens... i dont want to wait 5 weeks again. email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you find a solution. thanks
Posted on Oct 25, 2007
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