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Sir, The lens will not open to make video.All the rest is working perfect. Cannot find how the lens will open. I'll have put CAMERA button -ON. Battery is oké.Please help.

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This is the improtant part of the camera and if the lens wont open the camera does not shoot. So it can be a failure of the control board in the camera which needs testing inside the camera.
I would recommend to have it checked at the dealership for estimation and confirmation.

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

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