How will detecting "focus lens" movement? i can find only one U type optical censer, the other end no censer. motor continuos rotating two time. the end of the movement wheel teeth slipping. After power off automatically.
can you help me.
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Not focusing at every distance - close to far ?? That seems like a lens problem to me and how the lens is focused, once its fully extended, varies between camera brands. .
Have you dropped this camera or knocked the lens when it has been open ?? Or have you dropped it at the beach and got sand or grit in the lens ??. If it is a lens problem it will have to go back to the service agent for repairs - ther is nothing you can adjust inside unless you are a camera technician
Focus is stuck - could be sand or something in the focus gears. That's the weak spot for these lens. Contact your local Olympus service center or any other camera service center or me at email@example.com
I think thy will say you, replace lens unit. but lens is very expensive, so we can buy new one camera. I have the same problem, i found focusing lens wheel teeth slipping, no parts available, so i covered a gum coat on the teeth. but very difficultive
The FE-170 is not equipt with microphone for sound with video. Sorry. The only fix is to buy a different camera.Some with sound are:Olympus FE-190, FE-230, most Stylus brands and newer FE model cameras.
Lens mechanism needs to be replaced. Probably has broken gears inside not allowing lens to extend completely or far enough to click sensor on. Expensive to repair by Olympus repair shop. Pretty tricky and delicate to repair on your own.