While swithcing on the camera the zoom gets extended on its own till full capacity and the zoom buttons does not work.Pressing on the zoom reverse buton afterwards also has no effect and the lens remains in full zoom including digital zoom.
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Re: Nikon coolpix 2200 zoom mechanism
If the lens assy is not responding to zoom buttons then the camera is in confusion mode due to a sensor being blocked or defective. Normally it would go thru a startup cycle to initialise position of various parts in the lens assy and give back control to you but in your case it is not getting that signal and in your case I would bet on the end sensor.
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1. Make sure camera and subject are perfectly still
2. Push flower button till white flower is on screen
3. slowly press zoom in and out till flower turns yellow
4. wait 10 secondes or so
5. camera will focus on object
6. if not, press zoom in/out again, then wait again
If you want to be able to use optical zoom try getting a more advanced camera because cameras like Nikon Coolpix 4300 does`nt have quality zoom its very poor and you can see it yourself the images gets blurry when maximize your zoom.
It seems as a problem with the zooming mechanism (lens would not retract or extended)
Press the power button on and hold it down while extending and twisting the telescopic zoom lens. It might fix your problem.
In any case it could not make it worse
Based on your description, it certainly sounds like the zoom button is stuck or shorted. If you're comfortable with taking it apart, I'd try getting to the zoom electronics and see if there's any noticeable damage.
Whenever I try something like this, I like to see how much damage I could cause first. eBay has sold this item for less than $50 with shipping (just in case you break something). You can also look there for parts cameras -- one listed for $10 with free shipping that might give you what you need.
there is a problem in the iens operation
sorry cant help
this is a delicate mechanical problem
contact retailer or nikon representative
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