My camera is only 9 months old i was using it one day and the battery died, i charged up the battery and put it back in the camera when i turned back on the camera the lens came out the camera beeped and then switched off again, came you help!
Hi, Same problem. Somebody had suggested gentle tapping. With nothing to loose if it doesnt work my wife banged it more than gently onto a desk and it started working. Hurrah! Dont blame us if it breaks.
Raghu and Faye
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A fairly common problem with "underwater" cameras is that the sealing surfaces that are supposed to keep the water out fail to some degree due mostly to lack of cleanliness when the camera is closed up. It takes VERY LITTLE salt water inside a delicate electronic device to wreak all sorts of havoc.
Look carefully inside the camera for any sign of salt deposits or corrosion. If you see that, the camera is likely toast or at least in need of a repair job that likely will cost more than a newer camera.
The only solution for that is to buy a new battery. I had the same problem with my canon 900Ti (NB5 battery), died after less than a year. It probably exceeded it's battery cycle life... have a nice day!