Question about Vivitar ViviCam 5385 Digital Camera
I have the Vivitar 5385 and it just overnight decided to have a lense error attack it had been resting peacefully on my bedside cabinet having been used the night before it hasn't been dropped I have tried 3 new sets of batterys and now the lense is stuck out
I have been able to copy the photo's that were on it and it's SD card but still it does not want to come out of it's coma
It's a handy little job and would like to resurect it if it is possible but a visit to the camera shop would probably cost more than the camera have you any ideas on what I can try to fix it or is it Terminal do you think
Many Thanks Roger ( Septic )
Unless you are a watch maker and access to spares you probably wont fix it.
So in my view only gentle manipulation is all the average guy can do before consinging it to the bin
As you correctly surmise these things are not usally repairable and can cost a lot for the shop to look to tell you no Can do.
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