Question about Panasonic Digital Cameras
While you are turning the camera on, hold the lewer which you use for zooming in. the lens should extend before you get the annoying message about turning the the cameroa off and on. then, GENTLY apply pressure to the lens as if you wanted to push it back to the camera. while you are doing this, turn the camera off (lens should come back into the body of the camera). this solved the problem for me! :D
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
Hi, we have been having the same message when trying to zoom. I tried new batteries, but that didn't help. I tried leaving the camera on without zooming so I didn't get the message, after awhile the camera automatically shuts down. I then turned it on again and so far the camera is working fine.
I hope this works for you.
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
Yes it work!!!!
my sun drop camera to the toilet
quick I remove battery, after two days drying turn on and get message
Use solution N3 .
Posted on May 04, 2010
I bought this camera on eBay (price list more than 650€, bid for less than 40€...), knowing this issue, and my solution was:
turning it on, facing the camera to the floor (it assumes that the full lenses body group, will flow smoothly for gravity), let them autofocus and GO!
To be sure they have no problem of friction at all, I repeat the same procedure, while I turning it off, but facing the front toward the ceiling.
hope this help you as fixed my problem :-)
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
Yes that solve my problem... thx very much !!!
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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