Question about Canon PowerShot SX110 IS Digital Camera
Sounds like the focusing ring in the lens assembly is not freed up, and binding because of dust, lint, etc. You can blow out the lens assembly with compressed air ($4 from Walmart), and try to free it up. You can hold the camera with the lens facing up, and try to "bump" it to free it up also. Short of these things, the camera would have to disassembled to fix the problem, and that's a job. If you decide to have it repaired, get an estimate first. Sometimes it's just better to get a new one on sale. Good luck, hope this helps.
Here's a good web blog about lens error problems, and lens problems, in general:
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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