Question about Nikon COOLPIX L18 Digital Camera
I just finished downloading photos and camera jarred just a little when I unplugged from computer now it says "lens error". Thanks so much for your help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try removing the battery from the camera to see if this will force a reset. This may well resolve the problem.
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Posted on Nov 02, 2009
Focus problems are quite common after a lens error, it sounds like you still have an issue with that lens unit. If you need help, there's a great site taht just specializes in the powershot problems, nothing else at all. Try going to www.camerasandparts.com and you'll see the fix for this for your SD890 camera. I hope that helps, that site is amazing for the powershots and that's where a lot of people go for help with these. Good luck with it.
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
SOURCE: Canon g10 lens error.. lens
of a Lens Error: There are a number of ways with which a lens error can
be caused. Particulates might have managed to get into the mechanical
bits that allow the lens to retract, a purely physical interference with
the lens mechanism. If the camera was dropped, especially while the
lens was extended, there's a pretty good chance something might have
been knocked loose, such as the guide pins upon which the lens withdraws
How to Repair a Lens Error: As scary as a lens error might seem, there are some easy fixes. Before trying any of them out, however, first take a good long look at your camera warranty and maybe have a chat with the company. If the lens error will be covered under the terms of the warranty, go for it. Even some of the simple fixes mentioned below might void the camera warranty. Frankly, however, it's unlikely that a lens error will qualify for the warranty.
Try just some basic things first-just to make sure it's actually the lens that's broken. Replace the batteries with fresh ones. Failing that, replace the memory card.
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Posted on May 26, 2011
The camera probably needs to be properly repaired. Try this site: www.camerasandparts.com They do awesome work on the canons and they are very reasonable as far as price. They're the best bet for a canon that needs repair.
Posted on Oct 26, 2011
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