Question about Lumix Cameras
When I hold the camera with two hands my finger will be resting on the flash unit resulting in a black display/screen. When I take the finger of the display works. is there a cable or connector not correct inside the camera?
This is probably a deliberate electronic interlock to prevent photographs being taken when the flash is obscured. Why not just refrain from putting your fingers in inappropriate places ?
Posted on May 11, 2017
Testimonial: ":-) most natural way for my daughter to hold the camera is with two hands and then the finger rest on the flash unit. when she needs the flash she removes her finger and unlocks the unit. we didn't have the problem before so I am not sure if it is a deliberate electronic interlock..."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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