Question about Olympus FE-210 Digital Camera
I just fixed mine. Part of the shutter got stuck, so it was taking in too much light from
You can see if this is the same problem by looking in your lens and zooming in--see if anything looks weird; you should just see a reddish circle in the center of the lens.
I had to take the silver piece off that says "Olympus lens" and whatnot, then turn the camera on and use something ( in my case, a twist-tie) to push the stuck part of the shutter up, through an opening under the removed silver piece. My pictures now look fine as they did before.
To remove the silver piece, just turn it with your fingers counter-clockwise with the camera off.
Hope this helped a little. My warranty is gone anyway so I had nothing to lose. I'd send it back if you still can before doing this.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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