Casio Lens Error Problem
I tried taking the whole thing apart to clean it but can't work out how to get the front cover off. Thank you soooooooooo much!!!!!! tried pushing lightly on lens. So, I pushed the lens down evenly with my thumbs, and wa la no more camera lens error. http://d3euro.com/casio-exilim/casio-lens-error-fix.php
Then I read your posting. 10 minutes very gentle force with a set of plumbing pliers (!) to straighten the crooked zoom and a reboot with new batteries got it running Thanks for this post! Use very little of this. they said its a simple repair that would take 10-15 business days.
Casio Exilim Lens Error
Lens errors are fairly common. The problem is actually quite common throughout all camera brands. once you add on tax and shipping costs, you're looking at at least $150. March 16, 2008 at 10:09 AM Scairns said...
I tried to push the lens towards the widest gap and heard a click. You may be able to restore functionality using some of the procedures belowMy first inclination is to assume that a lens error is the intermittent problem itself, but first, there is Totally appreciate your post. Casio Exilim Camera Wont Turn On Canon PowerShot A530 - One of the supervisor's dropped the office A530 yesterday.
it broke at the end of a linkin park concert, but im so happy i got fantastic pics off the memory card :)guess i better get a new camera now lol Casio Exilim Camera Repair My wife did drop the camera accidentally and got the lenses stuck. May 25, 2008 at 1:53 PM Anonymous said... Solution: Replace the main drive gear assembly.
anonymous,Talk about coincidences. Digital Camera I have a Canon PowerShot A560 and I dropped it while I was taking a picture and it turned off. Eventually i slowly applied pressure on the focas len, and the zoom mechinism, when it was switching off, and it make a click. With a fine tip can of dry compressed air (not a blow dryer) set the tip between the lens turret and the camera body and turn on the air while moving
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The fact that your getting a picture, although blurry, is hopeful. Now everytime I try to turn it on, "Lens Error 150,0,047" flashes on the screen and then the camera turns off. Casio Exilim Lens Error Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Casio Exilim Lens Stuck If using rechargeables, and they're more than a year old, consider purchasing new rechargeable batteries as they may not be providing sufficient power to startup the camera.
February 5, 2008 at 9:58 AM teenynz said... http://d3euro.com/casio-exilim/casio-lens-error-2.php Thank You, From Patrick. It might just be i really messed up my camera but i tried ALLL of the ways and nothing worked... Yes No Voted Undo Score 0 Cancel Comments: what error no. Casio Camera Repair Center
February 10, 2008 at 2:47 AM Camera Repair said... I worked my way through the list and Fix #6 saved the day. But there are some very simple things that you can do to try to correct a lens error. http://d3euro.com/casio-exilim/casio-lens-error.php My camera came back to life!
so thank you!! I gently pushed it to the side and it worked like a charm!!! If the lens extends but you hear a high pitched buzzing noise, it is the focus motor that is the gears are out or your have debris it it.
All it took was an extremely gentle rotation of the lens.
then hit the mat all around with handle of large enough screwdriver.Did it around the mat a few times and listened for the famous ''click''. I have many Canon's, and NEVER use a case for this very reason. This usually happens when the user is carrying the camera with the battery in. Yes No Voted Undo Score 1 Cancel Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz?
I experienced these problems both on my Casio Exilim EX-S8 and my Casio Exilim EX-S5. It should come out easily. Hii have a canon digital ixus60 or whatever its called... http://d3euro.com/casio-exilim/casio-lens-error-2-fix.php I've never dropped the camera, the battery is fully charged, and i can't think of anything that could be wrong with it.
Again, this should be done by a qualified tech. Your experience may help others. I have a Coolpix 4800; I jammed the lens in an adapter during digiscoping.