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Zooming in. when I try to zoom in for a close up shot, the display goes to a screen that says D: 3403, 3404, 3403, 3404, 3403. Why can't I do close up zooming any more?

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  • ardouin Aug 31, 2008

    Hello

    Please help..........my u500 camera is giving error message of D:3403 when the camera s zoomed. I have checked thhat t s not in playback mode and it is not. Please Help.

    Dorothy

  • warnkeboys
    warnkeboys Aug 09, 2012

    Also the camera lens protector can be jamming it.

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Your camera jumped out of gear. Open the front metal cover and disassemble all arm working with the main motor gear and try to reposition the red dot on the big gear with the small gear side by side. Presto now your camera is aligned. Place all arms back in order to your new alignment.you got your self a working camera. D: 3403 3404 mean error = some thing is block your lense and stopping the motored gear. For future referance don't drop the camera agian, next time it might be a expensive fix next time around.

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First it sounds like you want to zoom in takeing a picture . as i guess now it is in play back mode then the right hand zoom knop zooms in on a taken picture and the other shows the numbers of the pictures you took to select ..

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