Question about Hitachi Cameras
Without knowing the specific model, I'm going to suggest a few things here...There is a possibility that the lens has dirt in the mechanism causing a jammed condition--have you been to the beach with it recently?Any type of impact--front or side, can jam the precision movement. Most likely, the lens is jammed and when the camera senses this(using tiny contacts internally), it automatically shuts down to prevent damage. Send the camera to the *manufacturer* service facility--not a store. The reason being the store will usually add half the repair cost to the quote *you* see--NOT the actual quote from the repair facility.---Hope I helped you!---Rick
p.s. Is the camera under warranty? Impact or dirt is *not* covered
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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