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My camera don't switch on,when i turn it on you sometimes hear the lens starts to zoom but nothing else happen. We checked the batterys etc with my friends camera and its fine so i dont know.The last few photo that was taken,i notised that that some of the pictures was'nt correct in focus so does it make something clear to you? Thanx for your support

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My Sony DSC-S700 froze with the lens open yesterday while I was taking pictures. I took the batteries out and put them back in but it would not turn on. I went home and charged the batteries and it still...


The lens can become bound by grit and dirt, it can be off its tracks, or it can be sitting crooked due to dropping it or rough handling. First make sure you have a fully charged known good batteryc:%5cusers%5charry%5cappdata%5clocal%5ctemp%5cmsohtml1%5c01%5cclip_image001.gif in the unit and it is turned off. Plug your Audio/Video cable into the camera. Lay the camera down on its back on a firm smooth surface. Press on the shutter button with one hand and while holding it down turn the camera on. If the lens becomes free, immediately point the lens down toward the floor and use the zoom to zoom it out. Take a soft brush, such as an art brush, and brush around the base of the lens to make sure you have removed any sand, dirt, etc. from the crevice around the lens where it enters the camera body.

If that doesn't free the lens there are a couple of other things you can attempt, but these may damage the camera too. If the camera is going to be tossed in the trash if it doesn't work try these two steps.
1. Take the battery out of the camera. Grasp the camera by the edges of the top and bottom with the lens facing downward. Cup your other hand slightly and smack the face of the camera into the palmc:%5cusers%5charry%5cappdata%5clocal%5ctemp%5cmsohtml1%5c01%5cclip_image001.gif of your cupped hand several times. Reinstall the battery and try the camera.
2. If step 1 didn't work, look closely at the lens seating in the camera. See if the gap around the lens is even all the way around. If it is not, take a thin tool of some sort that will fit into the gap at the narrowest point and softly pry the lens slowly toward the widest part of the gap. If the lens is off the pins, sometimes that will snap it back on. If you hear a small light snap. reinstall the battery and try the lens. If it works, point it face down and run the lens in and out several times using the zoom.
If this doesn't work, and again, ONLY if the camera is going to be trashed if you can not fix it, try prying the the lens out forcefully, but gently. This has worked as a last resort many times. Good luck.

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Do you have warranty on this camera?

If not you can get a free repair estimate from
http://www.advancecamera.com/repair/

I suspect it is a hardware issue.

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power related issue.

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Sanyo optical 3 x zoom s70 problem of no zoom out when switch on usb connection is display when switch on card reader pictbridge cancel. when any option is selected ok, nothing happens.


Hi there the question is not much clear. But i will inform you 1st the if you connect the USB with camera you can't operate the camera for photo taking . So zoom not working. But if you mean that as normally when you try to click photo with out USB connection but that time zoom or lens not working then try to do this.
Please follow the steps and let me know the result.
1. Ensure batteries are fully charged & clean the battery connector point in side the battery compartment.
2. Look carefully between the lens and the camera body for any sand, dirt or any damaged etc.
3. Try turning the camera with the lens facing down and shake to dislodge anything stuck
4. Try removing batteries and memory card, wait 5 minutes and refit the battery only.
5. Now turn on camera( with out card ) and see ,if working then fix the memory card & again turn on the camera. If working then fine . Otherwise format the memory card and fix back in camera again & try. Make sure before format the memory card take a back up all photos in your computer then format. If no luck then reset or restore the camera setting by pressing Menu key for 2 sec .. in not done the press both Menu & self time key for 2 - 4 sec.
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My fujifilm s1000 keeps showing "zoom error." I don't know what happend. It's like one day it's working, the next not. I have a family member graduating Friday and can't afford a new camera. I've taken out...


Hi.

If you try turning on the camera with the lens cap on, you may get zoom error. Ensure that you are removing the lens cap before turning on the camera.

If the autofocus ring is held while taking the picture, or operating the lens this will also cause the Zoom error message coming up.

If that is not the problem, then the lens has troubles extending. This may happen because of dust stuck in lens mechanism, or because of a mechanical fault concerning the lens.
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Here a basic manual in PDF format.

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You have a bad lens. Unless the camera is in warranty the cost of repairing the lens is higher than the value of your camera. The strange noise you hear is the lens motor trying to move the lens. One solution is to blow compressed air around the lens. Sometimes dust and dirt may jam the lens.

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The Zoom mechanizim is faulty- this is a shop repair job.
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Lens unit problem. Either imact or sand etc in the lens zooming gearbox area. Maybe uneconomical to repair on this model if new lens unit has to be installed. ( it is shutting off because the lens does not come on line properly and so the shutter and CCD do not come on line... when this happens camera switches off. )

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Try Fuji website for tech help - looks as if this needs some surgery. If it is a recent purchase they may fix it for nothing - depends where you are.

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