Question about Panasonic Lumix DMC-LS2 Digital Camera
It is entirely possible that you have dirt or a grain of sand in the lens mechanism.
find some one with an air compressor or get a can of pressurized air and blow around the lens.
smack the camera lens down on your hand a few times ( not joking) and tuen it off and on to try and release the dirt holding the lens from setting up correctly keep persisting as in some cases it takes 20 -30 goes to get it free But it does woek belive me it happoened to me and when i was given this info i thought the guy was having a joke one me. But bingo! it finally worked
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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