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Fujifilm A345 camera

When I turn the camera on, the lens will not extend. Sometimes it extends partially but almost never fully extends.

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My Nikon Coolpix S3300 lens will only open half way then it closes and turns off. how can I open it

I only really know of 2 reasons for this to happen.
The first is rather obvious and is that the battery does not have enough power left to operate the camera properly, and it therefore automatically shuts down. This happened on 3 different cameras I've had if the batteries were wearing out.
The second and rather more difficult to solve is that something is obstructing the lens from fully opening, dust, dirt, etc in the sliding mechanism. If the motor won't go past whatever point is causing it to stick, then the camera will shut down automatically. The only thing I can suggest is a careful and thorough cleaning of the slider mechanism. It may be possible to remove the battery cover whilst the lens is partially extended, which would allow part of the mechanism to be cleaned.
Hope this is helpful, if so would you please register that with Fixya

Jan 22, 2015 | Nikon COOLPIX S3300

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Manual for fuji s2940wm

You may download a copy of the S2900-series manual here.

If the lens isn't extending properly, try the procedures in this tip.

Sep 28, 2012 | FujiFilm FinePix S2940 18X Ultra Zoom 14MP...

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Canon Extender EF 2x II

There are 2 Canon fittings, EF for all EOS cameras and EF-S for 'crop' cameras. The Canon extender does not fit crop cameras. Whichever make you look at, make sure it will fit the type of mount you have.
If you have not yet bought your lens of choice, Sigma are good and do their own extender compatible with their own lenses but not Canon's. This may be a good option for you

Mar 07, 2010 | Canon EF 2x II Extender Lens 6846A004

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Lens jams when extending or retracting

This is either due to a cracked internal roller or a cracked/broken internal cam. The lens will have to be sent to Tamron for repair.

Apr 12, 2009 | Tamron 28-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Minolta Mount...

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Lens compatability

Apparently, the extender is designed to work only with specific lenses. B&H Camera has a chart available here showing which lenses it is compatible with. Note that even if the extender will fit on a specific lens, autofocus capability is not always possible. All the lenses listed are professional series ("L") lenses, and I don't see any 75-300 or 18-200 listed.

Jan 26, 2009 | Canon Extender EF 2x II Lens Converter

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Canon Extender EX 1.4x ii not autofocussing

The EOS 40D only use auto focus up to aperture 5.6. Only the 1-series use auto focus up to aperture 8. The adapter adds 1 stop to the lens aperture. Since the 100-400 is a 4.5-5.6, the aperture range with the extender mounted will be 6.3-8.
There is a work around though. Just place a thin strip of insulating tape over the three pins on the lefthand side (lens side of the extender). No damage will occur to the camera or teleconverter. 

Jan 13, 2009 | Canon Extender EF 1.4x II Lens

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Aperture cannot open fully

As you have found out, it is not a lubrication issue. It would seem that your lens has a problem with the linkage arm inside the mount. The arm that extends out of the mount could be bent or misaligned. It would be fixable, but the parts are somewhat delicate. Best to let a good repair person have a look.

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Tamron 28-300mm lens

Many zoom lenses of this length, and even shorter have the problem whereby the lens either extends or retracts under its own weight depending on whether the camera is pointing up or down. I had a Canon 28-105mm lens with this problem. More expensive lenses have zoom locks to prevent this from happening. $225 sound like a good price to me!

Sep 28, 2007 | Tamron 28-300mm f/3.5-6.3 DI XR for Canon

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FujiFilm FinePix A400 Movie Import

There should be sound when you playback right on the camera, unless your camera doesn't support movie with audio. I have an A345 which does so i'm assuming yours should. It's possible the volume on your camera is turned down too, you can turn it up by pressing the menu button, and scrolling over to option. To import the movie all you need to do is the same thing you do with pictures. You have to have set up the software on your computer first and then you use the usb cable it came with and plug it in.. the menu should pop up automatically and just choose to view files thru the finepix viewer and it will guide you through the import. Hope that helps :)

Jun 06, 2007 | Fujifilm WL-FX9B 0.79x Wide Conversion...

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