Question about Cameras
I have tried resetting to factory settings but did nothing also I looked in the app remover but there is no icon for the camera . Yours Chris
You need to explain what kind of camera you have and at what point in your use it fails.
Posted on Dec 04, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Access Screen
Hello, When the camera shows this it tries to acces the lens mechanism, in terms of extending the lens and/or powering on the ccd sensor. Failure in doing so will result in an error code or simply by having the camera not showing anything else at all. Therefore the camera has a problem with the lens assembly. It's the most common problems with digital cameras. However this can only be solved in a service center because dissasembling the camera yourself will risk lens assembly damage, as they are very delicate equipment. I suggest you go to a service center, not the larger ones working for corporations, instead a smaller generic one. Ask them a price estimation before they actually repair it. Repairs may varry from a simple lens readjustment to the replacing of the whole lens assembly, this can get expensive on sony models. Please reply if you have further questions. Good luck with the fix and sorry for not being able to assist you with a quick fix.
Posted on Apr 26, 2007
Bad news & Good News
The BAD news is that it sounds as if your CCD has gone wrong which is the part of the camera that captures the image. The CCD is made by Sony & there is alot of dodgey ones out there that Sony have said sorry about. (type "bad CCD" on a search engine & you should be able to get more info)
You say that the icons appear so the rear LCD must be working. If the playback of pictures from a card also works then it is almost certainly the CCD at fault.
The GOOD News is that your model is one of the ones that is listed as eligible for a free replacement of the CCD. You will need to contact Canon & they will advice of what to do. I have sent several cameras of different makes back to the agents for repair & all have been repaired for free. The fault you have first occurred a few years back now so there will probably be a point where the agents will say enough is enough & stop the free repairs.
Hopefully you will be eligible for the free replacement.
Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
On the camera's menu system, under Setup2, look for the option titled "Clear Settings". When selected, you can either clear just the Custom Settings, or you can clear all camera settings, which restores it to the factory defaults.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
I had the same problem and rectified it by going to Nikons website , follow this link for the answer:
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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