Question about Cameras
How does the camera shake,?
It might be your hands?
You may not be dedscrfibing this clearly enough to get a diagnosis. I am presuming that somehow the display is unsteady, but there would be no display if the lens was closed. Ifr you are lookingb through the viewfinder and experiencing a shake this would not be any mechanical problem within the camera it would be external and an unsteady hand, If you are viewing replays of pics and the display is unstable in this mode then i can accept that therte may be "shake" in the stability of the picture. Steady Shot cameras have a Gyro in them, if this becomes faulty it can cause instability to the handling of the camera. there i have covered the options. If the latter is true and your camera ( no brand or model mentioned) has the shakes then it must be returned to its manufacturer for repair
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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