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Exilim EX-VZ camera won't take pictures

I bought this camera a few months ago. It worked perfectly. But now every time I open the shutter the screen goes blank, the message "Camera Stabiliser is not available" appears, and the picture controls do not operate. Viewing controls still work normally. Removing the card and battery makes no difference. Recharging the battery makes no difference. The fault is not described in the handbook. Casio suggest I send it to their engineers. This could take weeks. Has anyone encountered a similar fault, and a solution?

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  • Anonymous Feb 13, 2008

    same bastard problem myself. i found this camera very dissappointing over all. pictures are not sharp at all

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2008

    I bought my camera 3 months ago and now it gives error when I truned it on and says ''camera stabilizer is not available''

    please help!!!

  • GFS513 Jul 28, 2008

    same exact problem. Don't know if the camera was dropped. Prior to the problem, we were satisfied with the camera.

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I have just experienced exactly the same problem so went to a camera shop where they pointed out that my camera had had a fall. In fact it was in its case inside my handbag when I tripped and fell in the street. It worked for 5 days after the fall. The only solution is to go to Casio. I wonder if your camera has also had a shock of some kind.

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Dont buy i have the same prob with mine not worth it

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