Question about Cameras
Since we have absolutely no idea what equipment you are talking about, we have no way of offering any advice. Best bet is to contact the manufacturer.
Posted on Dec 07, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes, if done carefully, rubbing compound can be used to repair headlight lenses. there is a kit available at most parts stores, but compound and a buffer will do , be carful not to burn thru
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
Olympus will charge a flat rate repair fee for this product if beyond the one year factory warranty or the warranty is voided. The cost is $76 plus your local sales tax. This covers parts and labor, factory cleaning and diagnostic check, 6 month warranty and the cost of shipping the product back to you is all included in that price.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
SOURCE: SCRATCHED CLOUDY DOOR WINDOW
plastic on acrylic.
now this is going to be a time consuming task.
use a small soft rag little water, go steal a tube of tooth paste and go to work. basiclly you are going to polish the windows, since acrylic is softer than glass, you can't use mechnic tools, you going to burn a hole.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
You can determine the cause of cloudy glassware by soaking a glass in vinegar for 5 minutes. If the cloudiness is removed it is due to hard water deposits; make sure the salt reservoir is topped up. Do not worry about over-filling it.
If the cloudiness is not removed, it is a permanent condition known as etching. In this situation, use less detergent and stop pre-washing. Dishwashing detergent needs a bit of soil to work on, otherwise it will tend to foam up.
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
The problem sounds like the camera did not reset properly after the last exposure. Minolta deigned the camera to keep the aperture fully open except during exposure.
During exposure it snaps the aperture down to the selected opening, then opens it again to allow enough light for proper focusing. If it did not fully open the blades after the shot, much less light would pass through the lens. The viewfinder would be darker and look murky.
Most likely cause? Dried up lubricants in the camera.
Next likely cause? Teeth broken on a plastic gear.
Get it to a camera repair place. Get estimates first.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
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