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Re: I had the lens mounted
The FEE display means that your lens aperture ring is not set to the F/22 or F/32 ( whichever is at the end of the rotation ). Mount the lens on the camera, then rotate the aperture ring all the way toward the highest number ( 22 or 32 ). If your lens has no aperture ring, the post on the body at the 8 o'clock position of the lens mount is probably broken. It has to be replaced by a repair shop.
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If this is a fixed lens camera (you didn't give a model) I'd suggest strongly for you not to attempt to take it apart. Hopefully what you are experiencing is dirt on the outside of the lens. If so turn on the camera huff (breath) on the lens to create a slight amount of moisture and then use a lens cleaning tissue to gently clean the lens.
If as you say this dirt is on the inside then I would suggest getting it cleaned by a camera repair facility. Problem there is a lot of these point and shoot cameras cost more to clean and fix then it does to just go get another one.
Next thing if the inside is dirty they you must have a lot of lint in your pockets or you have been using this camera in a dusty environment. For carrying it would be best in an actual camera case rather then an open pocket and for dusty condition I've used shallow water camera bags and I've also used ZipLock bags while photographing a waterfall.
E:61:00 means "Difficult to adjust focus Inspect the lens block focus reset sensor" The simple solution to fix that error message was to the let the lens fully extend and give the lens a good whack.Possibly this error message for this means, that the auto focus motor was past the maximum set point. goodluck and do rate the solution if helped
Ok you might need to have it cleaned professionaly worse comes to worse have the lens replaced, something ether got on the lens or the laser is not reading or writing correctly. Can it be fixed? Sure depning on the problem inside I could not tall you 100 p[ercent as I have not looked at the unit.
You might want to take a gander inside and see if the lends is not dirty.
Thanks an please rember to leave postive ratings and feedback.
According to what I find, the 'LENS' message means that either there is no lens mounted, or that the lens is not mounted correctly. The camera is only compatible with VL lenses, which are identified with a "VL" mark. If you're sure you have a compatible lens, and the lens is mounted correctly, you probably need to have the unit serviced. I'm not really sure where you might find a shop that services that model though.
This is probably THE most common failure among digital cameras. There's a halfway chance of fixing it yourself, described here: http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/12/fixing-lens-error-on-digital-camera.html
I was getting the Lens Error message on my A730, even though my lens seemed to be working fine. I'd had the camera in my pocket, and apparently it tried to open but jammed. But it seemed to be OK except for the cursed Lens Error message when I'd power it on. The way I found to fix it is press and hold the "func/OK" button on the back, then turn the camera on. Now it's working again. Note that this may not work for you if your lens is actually screwed up. Mine wasn't.
Be sure to fully charge your batteries if rechargeable - at least 14 hours. Check that your card door is closed good - it's common for the latch to break. There's a switch at the top of the door that has to close before it'll turn on.