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I tried to connect an adapter 3.15 volts on my camera since it shows "lens error, restart camera"

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You might have damaged the processor board of the camera as the delicate electrics are quite sensitive to variationof voltage , the battery is pure DC but an adapter may have a lot of transcients.
So after replacing battery if the fault comes up then the camera must be checked by the service centre.

Posted on Sep 01, 2010

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