Question about Casio Exilim EX-S880 Digital Camera
I try to turn the camera on and it beeps and shuts down again. It is fully charged and only about a month old.
Ok folks i fixed mine.
The lens comes out for a quick second, beeps a few times then goes back inside. Well I grabbed hold of it a few times each time it came out and held it. I then bashed the camera off the table a couple of times. Honestly a good dunt off something hard works a treat. woohoo got my cam back!
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
Ok everyone.......if your light is blinking while it's charging that means you have a battery error and need to call techincal support and they can possibly replace the battery for you if it is a certain model and within their time frame of replacement.
Usually beeping and then shutting back off means that the lens has sustained some kind of damage and it is just a matter of time before "lens error" shows up on your screen. The only way I know to fix that is to send it into repairs or an authorized service center if you are out of warranty.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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