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Still, when this error comes back, you should contact Canon.
On of the options hinting, you should use Canon lenses. So perhaps one of the contacts is a bit dirty?
Try cleaning all contacts in your camera, involved with lens and battery connection. Sometimes changing a lens can have a cleaning effect to. Most of the time not forever.
Hello Lester, These Kodaks use codes for diagnostic reasons, they will show a code when there is a reason for service. They are used by the tech for diagnostics just like your vehicles fault codes. Best Regards, Russell
You're going to have to get it serviced since it will likely need a part replaced. If you need service on one of these, I'd highly recommend: www.camerasandparts.com They exclusively work on the Canon Powershots only and they do amazing work. The best part with them is they are about half of what Canon charges and the service with them is excellent. They really know these cameras. Good luck with it
This normally indicates that you're using a lens with an aperture ring, and the ring is not locked in position. Turn the aperture ring on the lens to its smallest setting (largest f/number) and lock it if the lens has a lock. Control the aperture from the body, just as with a lens without an aperture ring.
If the lens doesn't have an aperture ring, could you reply to this post and specify what lens you do have on the D100?