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My camera lens will not go back into the body of the camera. I dropped it with the lens out.

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Since the camera actually dropped, Chances are that this caused the damage. You need to take it for repairs. Then you find out that other parts may be broken as well.

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a zoom lens

Sorry, it will require service repair. Contact your local photo shop, go back to where you bought it and have them help you with service warranty, or contact Nikon directly for service support.

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Lens will not retract

As bad as I hated to, I purchased a new camera for $109.00 vs. $90.00 for the repair. I still intend to look around for a similar camera,maybe on eBay or at a yard sale for parts. I think that I would like to give the repair a whorl. I can't tear it up any worse ... it does not work now!

Thank you for allowing me to post ...
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Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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SOURCE: I dropped my Canon EOS Rebel Xti in the canal while kayaking.

Water in the camera body could take up to a week to dry. If you tried turning it on while it was wet inside, you may have shorted out some circuits.

Posted on Aug 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Camera was dropped & the zoom lens will not

Unfortunately this needs to be returned to your dealer to be repaired properly

Pushing or pulling the lens is futile.. unless you are extremely lucky

This usually signifies the end of the the cameras life as you can buy a new camera for the cost of the repair!

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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I have a canon eos Rebel DXS - I dropped it and now it won't focus.


Normally I'd say your camera is due for a trip to the service department but, depending on the surface the camera was dropped on and did it hit lens first or body. So without knowing let me ask you to do this. Remove the lens and quickly install the body cap on the camera. Hold the lens firmly in a hand and shake it vertically gently but with a little vigor listen for a rattle, stop, do it again horizontally listen for a rattle. If it rattles the lens has internal damage if not and the camera appears to be functioning then I'm going to instruct you on how to clean the gold contacts on the lens and body.
Using a new pencil with a red rubber eraser gently rub/clean the gold contacts while holding the lens almost vertical with the contacts facing down, use a puffer/blower to clear away the rubber dust. On the camera body, remove the body cap and hold the camera with the lens mount facing down as best possible and clean the tinny gold contacts with the red rubber eraser. DO NOT use a puffer/blower or blow on this part to remove eraser dust. Keep the camera lens mount facing down as much as possible and use a lens tissue to clean away any rubber dust. When you have completed this install the lens on the camera and make sure it clicks and locks solidly. Try your camera again, if it works great if not it means there is an electrical break within the camera or lens and it needs to got to a service depot. Hope everything work for you

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I dropped my Nikon d50 and now when I turn it on it flashes fEE. Whats wrong?


The lens is not making proper contact with the camera. Try removing the lens, cleaning the contacts on both the back of the lens and in the lens mount on the body, then reattaching the lens. If that doesn't do it, try jiggling the lens gently. If that doesn't do it, try attaching a different lens if you have one available, or attaching the lens to a different body if that is possible. If nothing works then it could be that the lens and/or camera needs servicing after the drop.

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A bit of gentile persuasion may be necessary.
Have you tried to push the lens into the camera body?
I believe that the camera has lost track of where the lens is in it's range of travel.

use your finger and see if a small amount of pressure will put the lens back ito position.

In the end, this is not a new camera, if it is dead a better replacement can be had for as little as 120 $US

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Sorry to tell you but you have to send the camera in for repairs. The 1st frame and cam frame could be damaged or could need resetting and alignment. Please dont force it back into the camera body as you could cause more damage which would make the camera unrepairable/too costly.

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Did the only the lens drop or was the lens attached to the camera body? If the lens was attached to the camera, you need to verify that the problem is in fact the lens and not the camera body. The easiest way to do that is to try a different lens on your camera body or your lens on a different body. If you do not have access to either, I would find a local camera store that sells Nikon equipment. I am sure they will let you put your lens on one of there bodies. In any case, ff the damage is as extensive as it sounds from your brief description, you need to take it to a camera repair man. This is not a do-it-yourself job.

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If you dropped it while 'alive' a piece holding the lens might have been broken. If you dropped it in a dormant state then it could be worse - when at rest the lens is secured fairly inside the body of the camera. Have it checked, I suggest.

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