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Press cursor-up (marked with a lightning bolt) to cycle through the various flash modes. See page 16 of the manual: Owners Manual User Guide for Sanyo VPC E760 Digital Camera

Posted on Dec 08, 2014

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SOURCE: my sanyo vpc-e760 digital camera is showing lens error:22 what do i do

well i have a SANYO camera and every time i cut it on it cuts on a little bit and i see it and it sais lens error: 308 what does that mean?

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The USB cord does NOT charge this camera, you have to take the battery OUT and place in in the charger that comes with the camera. If you do not have a charger, you can buy one on-line for about $20.00

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SOURCE: my sanyo camera is not working

Well maybe I can solve this..... My lens would not retract and showed two error messages. Tried a number of tricks that have been recommended on this site to no avail. Ultimately what worked for me was pushing quite hard on the barrel of the lens trying to force it back in ( yeah i know, sounds extreme but did'n't think it could make the situation any worse ). The lens remained in the locked out position not moving in spite of the fact that I pushed it fairly hard. When I turned it on the lens retracted and it appears to be fully recovered from whatever was ailing it. Hope this works for you.

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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i had the same problem,but i found out that i had put the battery badly wen charging,so ensure yo battery is input properly,i hope tis is the solution to yo problem,chao

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Well maybe I can solve this..... My lens would not retract and showed two error messages. Tried a number of tricks that have been recommended on this site to no avail. Ultimately what worked for me was pushing quite hard on the barrel of the lens trying to force it back in ( yeah i know, sounds extreme but did'n't think it could make the situation any worse ). The lens remained in the locked out position not moving in spite of the fact that I pushed it fairly hard. When I turned it on the lens retracted and it appears to be fully recovered from whatever was ailing it. Hope this works for you.

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