Question about Samsung Cameras
The issue appears to be that something has gotten lodged in the lens
housing--possibly a grain of sand or something--or the lens has been
banged and knocked off-kilter and it's giving the computer some kind of warning. I'd recommend doing one of the two following things:
1. Bang one corner of the camera firmly but gently against a padded surface once or twice. This may knock loose whatever's blocking it.
2. Get a can of compressed air (the kind that's used to clean keyboards) and spray it around the lens housing.
If neither of these help, check with Panasonic's repair department and see what it'd cost to get sent in and fixed.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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