Question about Canon PowerShot SD700 IS Digital ELPH / IXUS 800 Digital Camera
errors usually (but not always) occur when the camera's lens has been
damaged (from being dropped) or if the lens is hindered from extending.
The best way to make sure neither occurs, is to use the supplied hand
wrist (which will save it from a fall) or before turning the camera on,
make sure it's in review mode and then turn it on, making sure you don't
obstruct the lens.
Seeing as this camera is brand new...I would return it, because it could just be a dud camera. If you do get it replaced, make sure you are always very careful with how you handle it, especially when turning it on or off...
p.s. near the back of your User Guide there is a list of Error Messages. "Lens error, restart camera". Canon advises you to turn the camera off, then on again. If the problems continues it will need to be serviced. So, returning it, would be the best option, because it is under warranty.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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