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Error message on the fuji finepix s1730 says
I have several cameras and had left my 1730 in an old house for a year. It had been in a bag with the lens cap on and no batteries, but the house left without heating over winter. When I put fully chaged batteries in it, I got a little motor noise but no lens movement. I thought this was the end of it but did #6 above, switching it on while banging the right (grip) side of the camera against my palm. After many times I saw that the lens was starting to move out and after about 10 more times it came out and started to operate. It then failed when I went to macro but it got better as I used it. Now it seems to be back to normal.
3 days ago
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on Jul 16, 2018
Caution about Lumix cameras with Japanese language
Some Panasonic Lumix cameras are made in Japan expressly for Japanese Buyers.
These cameras may be programmed in Japanese and Japanese only.
They cannot in any way be converted to English or any other language.
Most Lumix cameras have a menu option that allows choice of language.
That option is not available in some Japan-originated cameras.
I see Lumix cameras often on eBay that are listed as "From Japan".
I advise you ask the Seller to take photos of the LCD screen of that specific camera being sold with the menu choices showing, to be certain that it is not a Japanese language only camera.
Insist also on a photo of the bottom plate.
Is it in Japanese?
Sellers have told me in the past "You can choose any language easily".
Yes, that is true.
If the Lumix camera was made in Japan for export.
But if it was made in Japan for use in Japan it may not be true.
on Jul 15, 2018 | Panasonic Lumix Cameras
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