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My camera got wet and sandy a year ago. Then it was powering on but saying error. Now though its not even powering on. when i open the digital camera up there is no sign of corrosion.

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When the camera is switched on the lens will not open fully or close and as such photos cannot be taken. Once the power is off it will then close.


What make and model of camera are you using ? Have you tried with a different lens ? Has the camera been dropped, got wet or been used in a dusty or sandy environment ?

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This may not do anything, and you may have already thought of this, but here goes...

1. Take out the SD card if you have one in the camera.

2. Remove the batteries and leave them out for 24 hours. Put in GOOD batteries and DO NOT PUT THE SD CARD BACK IN THE CAMERA.

3. Power up the camera. See what happens.
If you face the same problem then you have to reinstall the fireware from service center. Thanks.

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System error ( Oeo1)Appear this message


I had this same problem years ago, couln't fix it in any way. Tried the description on http://www.oborona.net/stuff/qv-r40/eng/index.html (reloading firmware) but even that did't work. Found my old qv-r40 today, and gave it one more try using the above mentioned solution of updating the firmware. Even though I only did again the same as a few years back (updating the camera with the same firmware), this time it worked. Got my old camera working again!
So I suggest you try the solution by oborona.net, and if it doesn't work get the batteries out and wait for a few days before trying to update the firmware again.

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My Sony T-9 fell on the beach and got all sandy. It got the E:61


Sorry, but I think that you just have to accept that your camera is irretrievably broken.

Even a professional wouldn't attempt to fix that, and now that you appear to have dislodged a lens element in what is a far more complex than usual lens assembly you'll be wasting your time trying anything more.

Your camera is now around six years old in any case, so has already exceeded it's five year design lifespan.

There is one final trick which you can try, but it will not fix the lens if that part has also definitely broken. You've tried shaking the sand particles out, but try a more vigorous shake using a ******** against the casing. The ones sold as adult toys and as massagers are best, but you can also use the vibrate function on a mobile phone. There's no guarantees though as it's likely that plenty of sand has now got stuck to various lubricated joints inside the camera and this cannot be removed without a full strip down and reassembly. That's usually a professional only task but if you're careful you can go as far as you can as the camera is officially beyond repair already. Only dismantle what you're confident of being able to accurately reassemble if you seriously hope to restore your camera to working condition.

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No, even if you could find a lens for free this is not an easy camera to replace the lens on. Even a qualified tech would take up to an hour to replace. Understand that today's cameras low cost makes replacing the camera a better option than repairing a camera who's value used is less than the repair cost.

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clean the seal around the door... else it is repair
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Hello. I have a Kodak Easyshare M853 and everytime I turn my camera on it says "lens error error 10f,1,0,0" and then turns off. The lens is extended out and it will not retract. It has not been...


try to leave the batteries out for a day or two, it'll reset the camera, but it'll only last a week or two, then odds are, it'll do it again. I had one to do the same thing- and the camera was only 6 months old- i don't think it can be fixed without sending it off.

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The camera has a design flaw.
Maybe HP can fix it with a firmware update but it's not likely.

I used an precision DC power supply to perform some electronics tests to find out what is going on with this model.

The issue is that AA NiMH batteries are rated at 1.2V DC each, and 2 AA"s in series add up to 2.4V.
Meanwhile the camera wants 2.7 volts DC or higher otherwise it gets the low battery error.

That is the flaw and we can't change that. It should continue to run at much lower voltage levels like other camera's and be able to use the full charge of the battery but it won't. So it runs the battery down from 100% down to about 98% and then it complains and stops.

Note that NiMH' batteries when fully charged are a bit above their rated value.. They actually have about 1.35V each so 2.7V total in this case. That's enough to start the camera but it doesn't last because in record mode the camera draws 450mA of current from the batteries (which is unusually high) and it quickly pulls the battery below the 2.7V level and the error comes up even though the batteries are still almost fully charged.

I measured 960mA of current draw when it's charging the flash which is a huge amount.
So this is just a really inefficient camera compounded by a low battery cutout circuit design flaw that is too sensitive.

We can't fix the design flaw but you could use higher voltage batteries. Granted,, this is not a great solution since you can't use NiMH rechargeables then but at least it gives you some options

Alkaline are rated at 1.5V each and even though they don't normally last very well compared to NiMH (due to higher internal resistance) they would last a while in this case. Perhaps 50-100 photo's or less if using the flash.

A better but more expensive solution is to use Lithium AA's. They have at least 1.6 Volts each and are very strong.
They are not rechargeable but you should get a lot of shots with a set of those, then look for a better camera.

Unfortunately this camera is far below average is pretty much every other category as well, such as high noise levels, low image sharpness, lack of any manual controls or dedicated control buttons for macro, focus, ISO, alternate screen modes to display useful info such as shutter speed or any other features that most camera's have by default. It has a 4 way rocker switch on the back but they didn't connect any functions to it.

It's also one of the slowest camera's made. Any Nikon or Canon would be a huge upgrade in features, quality, battery life, and photo quality. I have quite a few camera's and 20 years experience and can tell good features and those that are marginal. So lets just say that even though I only paid $39 (New) for this HP as a cheap spare it's going back to the store because it's just too lousy at everything. I can handle the 5Meg resolution which isn't a lot. I even have a 2Meg Nikon and a 4Meg Canon G3 from years ago that still take excellent, clear photo's. But this 5Meg HP can't even keep up with a 5 year old, 2 Meg camera.

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