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Confused.... am i facing the lenses? or the lenses are facing the ceiling? which is which????

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What???

The lens is considered 'facing' towards the source of the image. The camera body / sensor / film is considered to be 'behind' the lens.

you are facing the lens when the camera and lens is in front of you, regardless of where the camera is aimed.

The lens is facing the ceiling if you point it upward as if to take a picture of the ceiling, regardless of where you are facing.

Posted on Jan 28, 2010

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Error code 5e02


Thanks for the tip! Had the same problem, worked for me too=)

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