Question about Cameras
It sounds like the lens or the lens cover is getting caught. Has the camera been dropped or had liquid spilt on it? If it's been near the beech and has got sand in it this could be another problem.
It'll probably have to go back to a repairer but you could try gently helping the lens out of the camera body as you try to turn it on, this may free it.
If the camera in more than a year old don't bother getting it repaired, the cost will be more than buying a new camera.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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