Question about Cameras
So the lens is dislocated. Sometimes it's possible especially on canons to set the lens by twisting on it while pulling, when the lens is extended or partially extended (the camera has to be off for that). In most cases though the camera may need to be partially disassembled and lens housing loosened before it can be set.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
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