Question about Nikon COOLPIX L10 Digital Camera
It is a pretty major problem for the Coolpix it seems. The internal
coupling of the zoom lens is somewhat fragile, and a slight tap at the
wrong time can mess up the system. It could have been something as
small as a bump while it was being carried in your pocket. The problem
is that you'll have to pay for repairs on it since technically it's not
a camera error but something that Nikon says happened during usage.
Some owners seem to have been able to solve the problem with a gentle bump to the side of the camera, or some gentle twisting on the lens itself. I don't necessarily recommend that- or, at least I would call Nikon first and see what they have to say about cost of repairs. Other people say that once you do get it fixed, put the camera in Playback mode before you switch it off so that the problem doesn't happen again.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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