lens got stuck and wouldn't retract. Click the ratings only after our exchange is complete and you are satisfied.If, and only if my answer to your question is helpful and you are Satisfied with it, please leave holistic, Well good for you! Original Member viguera Gold Member Messages: 4,737 Likes Received: 6,913 Status Points: 4,745 Seems from looking around that this is a common problem with the Coolpix line. have a peek at these guys
If not, remove the batteries and continue to step 11 where you have full access to the ribbon cable connector. Original Member garyst16 Silver Member Messages: 963 Likes Received: 1,028 Status Points: 825 SC Flier said: I wonder then if when you turn it on, does it normally fully extend and HighlanderE30 48,583 views 8:17 Nikon Coolpix S8000 Review - Duration: 3:28. Any ideas?
June 11, 2008 at 4:51 AM John O'Connell said... However, when I went to turn my camera on, facing downwards.. thanks for the post garyst16, Jun 25, 2012 #7 SC Flier likes this. Nikon Coolpix L840 Lens Error If so, then does it maybe need to be pulled out to fully extend again in order to reset/realign?
I went down the list of fixes - and #6 worked!! (Banging it around a bit). Lens Error Restart Camera Canon I have a Nixon Coolpix L6. Either sand/grit can get into the lens or an impact can misalign the gears and prevent it from extending. https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/15978/~/lens-error-message ive tried all of your tips but nothing has worked.i have a casio ex-z75 that just stopped working, when i turn it on the lens comes out and it makes a
It made an awful racket, but the lens moved and the camera cycled on. Nikon Coolpix L830 Lens Error I use a PowerShot SD600 at work everyday too. Sign in Transcript Statistics 521 views 0 Like this video? Enjoy!
I shook or "tremored" my hand while the lens extended and it seemed to work.
Unplug 1 data cable ( slide the black friction retainer ~1mm towards the cable on each side) to completely remove the back cover. Lens Error Nikon Coolpix It leaves a gap when closed and does not retract all the way when open. Nikon Coolpix Lens Stuck After carefully pulling on the lens while turning the camera on, as suggested, with no positive results, and with repairs costing near the price of a new camera, I decided to
Then a few gentle pushes on the 'gap' side of the lens, and testing the telephoto button till it stopped saying lens error - and hey presto - sharp pictures, as More about the author this sucks i want all the picture on my camrea and all these way to fiz seem so legit... Blowing compressed air into the lens did the trick! March 23, 2008 at 11:07 AM Anonymous said... Lens Error Nikon J1
Fix #4: Place the camera flat on its back on a table, pointed at the ceiling. April 1, 2008 at 10:29 PM Anonymous said... Thanks so much for the post! http://softacoustik.com/lens-error/lens-error-on-nikon.php I put the screw back and the camera works like a charm.
Fix#3 did the trick for me for now, my Nikon Coolpix S9100 has started again but I can almost feel the friction in the lens. Nikon Coolpix S3000 Lens Error thanks! Hey...i dropped my camera recently and have a stuck lens.
To find your local Nikon authorized service agent Click Here. Thanks so much! BasNLNZ 301 views 2:04 Cleaning A Digital Camera Lens - Duration: 7:11. Nikon Coolpix Factory Reset This action appears to have put the gearing in the correct location to properly extend/retract.Thanks for posting!
Or just drag it here! 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 Loading... news Unfortunately, it's difficult to access these components in the elph series cameras (a lot of things in the way).
Matias February 18, 2008 at 4:49 PM Camera Repair said... Thanks a lot!!!I tried most of the tips but the one that worked was pulling on the lens barrel while starting up the camera. I dropped it today and when I turn it on I get the lens error message. Inspect the lens for any obvious obstruction, then turn the camera off, then on again.