Had the ex-p600 for a few years now and love it but recently the lcd went blank. It it comes on but stays soild white when turned on. I don't mind replacing the screen but don't want to shell out the cash if the problem is something else. Any ideas?
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The EX-P600 is designed to work with SD cards (and microSD cards via an SD adapter). Your 4GB card is actually a microSDHC card and is not compatible with SD devices. You need to go with SD cards (micro or otherwise) 2GB and smaller.
That is one of the problems we have seen because it isn't a model that casio recommends using with the camera. Toshiba, Panasonic, and Sandisc are the only models that they have tested and know work so that's what they recommend you use.
Guys - I know this sounds absolutely bizarre but I recently had this problem with my casio exilim ex p600 (with the lens sticking when powering down and not powering back up again) and it worked for me. Pulling my hair out trying anything and everything, I decided to take the SD card out, turn the camera on (at which point hopefully your lens will go back in) then turn the camera off again, Put the SD card back in and hey presto everything ok! Doesn't make any techincal sense (and I'm semi into these things) but the lens sticking\not powering up and happened to me twice now in last few months and that sequence of events is the only thing I could do to solve it! If that doesn't crack it try taking both the SD card and the battery out and doing the same. Good luck...apologies if it doesn't work for any of you guys but it did work for me :o) Let me know how you get on when\if you try it.
Dont think you are going to be lucky here.
This is a switching problem and a repair is not going to be a viable proposition.
Check out the Casio web site Tech Support- but I fear any repair they will ofer the price will be a good proportion of the next[uptodate] camera