Question about Konica Minolta DiMAGE G500 Digital Camera
I HAVE SEVERAL OF THESE CAMERAS FOR THEY TAKE GREAT PICTURES AND TRAVEL GOOD. WHEN TRAVELING I USUALY TAKE 300 TO 1000 PICTURES A DAY. I HAVE SEVEAL OF THESE CAMERAS THAT HAVE SIMPLY QUIT WORKING. I SUSPECT THE MOTOR THAT EXTENDS THE LENS HAS QUIT WORKING, WORE OUT OR BURNT UP. SOME DISPLAY ERROR 00042. I HAVE CHECKED ON GETTING THEM REPAIRED BUT THE ESTIMATE IS MORE THAN A NEW ONE SELL FOR. I WOULD LOVE TO GET A REPAIR MANUAL FOR THE KONICA MINOLTA DIMAGE G-600 OR G-500 !!!! IF ANYONE KNOWS A SITE I CAN DOWNLOAD THIS INFORMATION IT WOULD BE GREAT. ANY SUGGESTIONS. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HAMP
Your lens mechanism is stuck up! try pulling the lens with slight force, if you are lucky the culprit that is blocking the mechanism will get loose. If you are not lucky theres no way you can remove or fix the problem than sending it to the authorized service center. =-( All digital cameras has a a life expectancy of around three years, or 5000 shots. Here in the Philippines, we use conversion method, since all cameras today are made of plastics, we convert those easy to break parts with metal.
Posted on Aug 24, 2007
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