Question about Samsung L100 Digital Camera
You can try a different memory card, but I don't think the problem is memory card, if pictures look scrambled, and colors and brightness are not uniform, that is either a problem with CCD sensor (optic sensor that takes the picture), or logic board.
In either case, this is not an easy repair.
Reset the camera to default settings from camera menu, and try a different memory card, but the camera will probably need to be sent in for repairs...
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Actually upon googling the same issue I came upon this site. I found that by pulling ever so slightly on the zoom lens, the image came into perfect focus. Which indicates an issue with the motor, and the zoom function. With my gf's camera, the lens was not extending all the way. So I gently pulled the lens out a little further. It solved the problem, but upon turning off the camera, I had to nudge the lens into the camera a lil to get it to retract. If not, the motor kept running. Do not touch the lens itself, but the housing of it.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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