At first it won't move. I also tried turning the camera on and holding down the shutter button but that did nothing. I charged the batteries and i first got an focus error and then a zoom error. My sister dropped my brand new Casio Exilim ex-z80 on brick, with the lens open!!! http://blogeurope.net/zoom-error/fuji-camera-zoom-error.php
the lens always twitches a little, June 3, 2008 at 7:10 PM Toni Kearney said... Its repeated several times and I'll see if the behavior continues this wkend. Originally Posted by msjace2u I had the same problem with mine and I tried several suggestions, BUT the only one that has worked is to gently grab the lens, pull it I was scared to drop it, but once i did it started working again! https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/fuji-finepix-2600-zoom-error-11947/
All the internal circuitry and mechanical parts were covered with bits of tobacco and food debris. powered on and off a number of times with the same result. Then it tries to extend again and gets stuck.It seems I hear the pin click into place when I force it but as soon as the assembly starts moving, the pin
Thanks for the info. when it wants to extend but it cant do so, i fix it by patiently pulling on the lens. I just bought my E550 off of eBay. Fujifilm Finepix S1500 Zoom Error If the lens extends even further, grab it again at its furthest extension, preventing it from returning.
Can't view anything other than the start-up screen. Fujifilm Xp Waterproof Camera Zoom Error Of course, people did the opposite, and you can guess their comments, and the surprize of the blog's author:Blog advising against banging cameras February 18, 2008 at 5:14 PM Anonymous said... This problem goes by many names, depending on the camera manufacturer. https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110624192515AAuHMLV Thanks for this resource.
But sure enough, when I turned it off and on, it worked!!! Camera Lens Stuck Powering the camera off and back on would reset the zoom, but only until zooming in again... Posted on Jun 12, 2008 Helpful 0 Not Helpful Comment Flag You can't post conmments that contain an email address. × Comment Anonymously Video Images 4 Suggested Answers Andrea Lock 6831 assistance since it's still warranted.
What's New? http://www.fixya.com/support/t143152-fuji_zoom_error_message I finally fixed it by holding the "OK" button and turning the camera on. Fujifilm Xp Zoom Error Fix I have a Fuji Finepix A340 digital camera. Fujifilm Xp60 Zoom Error The cause of the zoom error was waterproof camera bag limiting lens extension.
I don't believe that it will be worth the expensive of having it repaired, so before I bought a new one I thought I'd try operating. check over here I tried removing the battery, that did not work. Your answer needs to include more details to help people. I bought a digicam for my daughter and it had a cracked screen. Fujifilm Xp50 Zoom Error
January 17, 2008 at 7:07 PM amgehan said... If your unit is not covered under warranty, you will receive an estimate for the repair prior to any work being done."................After you get the estimate, you can decide if it Its amazing! his comment is here Your experience may help others.
We'll see... Fujifilm Camera But repair would involve opening up the camera and individually reseating each ribbon cable connector. I Also dos the same , it worked perfectly!!
Regards, Adam Brunt AdamBrunt View Public Profile Find More Posts by AdamBrunt 22-06-2008, 10:17 #2 Gizmo Gun? When I slammed it on the lens side, the problem went away. i'd rather doing it my way. Quite well, actually.
thank you for answers :) Source(s): fujifilm finepix j40 zoom error: https://bitly.im/p17Ad Shayna · 1 year ago 0 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now All the errors I found on google are about stuck lens, mine isn't stuck, just refuses to stay out.In the first link I provided, in the second line of the paragraph, oh my goodness...thank you so much for the poost! weblink April 1, 2008 at 10:29 PM Anonymous said...
it turns on at picture model with the logo and then died. The camera store where it was purchased told me not to fix it, to just buy a new one! This was very helpful. The 3 part unit can then be easily removed.
Also, you shouldn't open the camera to clean the sand if you don't feel confident in doing so.