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Hi, This error indicate that focusing ring got stuck or jammed. What you can try to do is spray some compressed AIR into the lens to try to free up any sand or dust that may have worked its way in. If that doesn't help, you can gently bump the camera to try to free the focusing ring.
or....... You can try to turn camera ON at the table (facing it to the ceiling), don't put camera down face to the floor when opening. Else your camera need to be disassembled to get at the focusing ring at Service Center. Good luck and have a nice day. Rating the solution is highly appreciated.
A good practice is to format the card in the camera each time you finish downloading your pics to your computer. This optimizes the card. As for your focus error, try a camera reset. Go into the menu and scroll to "reset" and follow the on-screen instructions.
oh no! you need to get the camera checked. there might be a lens that got dislocated inside the camera. Nikon is pretty fragile. Get it fixed asap or moist will damage the lens and it won't work anymore.
hi...The transmission system that moves the lens in and out has a problem with it's gears. There is most likely a gear or an actuator that has fallen out of alignment and is getting stuck at a certain point as the lens comes in/out.There is some disturbacnce of the lens arrangement that is preventing the lens from coming in/out.Any of these symptoms above could trigger the camera to shut itself off to protect itself from further damage. thank u rate me!!!
The F-- error means the Auto Focus in the lens can't communicate with the CPU in the camera. Because you also have problems with the flash not popping up, I'm not
optimistic that you can fix this yourself. Odds are high that you will
need to send it in for repair.
The F-- error could be caused by many things. First, try removing and replacing the lens - the contacts between the lens and the camera may not be connected properly. Also try shutting the camera off and removing the battery, then replacing the battery and turning the camera back on (rebooting the camera) as this sometimes helps. If neither of these help, the next step is to remove the lens and carefully (CAREFULLY) clean the contacts on both the lens and the camera. Gently rub the contacts with a clean pencil eraser and hold the item upside down over a table so that any debris from the eraser will fall onto the table rather than into the camera or lens.
If none of these fix the F-- error then you may have a hardware failure in the camera body itself. If so, the only fix is to send it in for repair - you can't access the interior parts of the camera without special tools that only the repair facility has.
E61:10 is a lens error code. You have a bad lens unit, but sometimes they can be fixed. The focus and zoom motor worm drives on the zoom lens jam when they get dropped. If your really really carfull you can free them up and fix the lens. Thereis a plastic claw that rides along the worm drive shaft that can get jamed. I've fixed thousands of these but i'm a guru. It can be tricky.
Had "FOCUS ERROR" appear on my Finepix S9500. The lens seemed to be stuck at the extremity of focus range. I resorted to hitting the camera on a table while turning it off (because this is when it sounded as though the focus motor was trying to move the lens back). Guess what? It worked!!!!!
What is most likely happening is there is damage to the lens or the lens mechanism and you should have the camera looked at by an authorized service technician. I will say that digital camera repairs often exceed the value of the camera, but it can't hurt to get an estimate done. I hope this helps!