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The lens will not go out all the way it stops half way

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Please make sure that you're using fully charged battery pack.
Remove the battery and reinsert after 1 minute and check the operation.
Reset the camera by following the reset procedure from the manual of the Camera.
If the issue persists again, Service is required

Posted on Dec 31, 2010

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