Question about Cameras
Hi there Nats,
When you dropped the camera, there must have been a grit of sand or a dirt built up that caused the lens from retracting, thus it is giving you the "lens error". Here is what you try to do. Hold your camera on your right hand with its lens facing the ground. Now, turn on the camera by pressing the ON button while tapping the camera's base on your left palm. Do this a few times like you were trying to take out the dirt off the camera's lens.
Also try to use a canned air or blower to blow in the sides around the lens barrel to blow off sand that might be jamming the lens.
Please let me know if this works or not so I could advice you other solutions.
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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