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hi i have a powershot a85 and it stopped working (ie) will not turn on. Cherry Blossoms by cody Submit your Photo Hall of Fame Please participate in Meta and help us grow. _ Photography Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for professional, enthusiast Put it in a ebay sourced cheap underwater case and I am ready for snorkeling in Turkey. January 28, 2008 at 3:18 AM Sara said... Source

Thanks again! Can you please suggest which camera would be a good choice. I was holding my Exlim Casio z70 at chest height and it slipped out of my fingers onto the kitchen floor. Not all ribbons need connectors.

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I don't know if it's because it's not the exact same camera or if it's because of it being broken. (I had used a HP camera on my computer without the EmailPosted September 9, 2014 2:46 pmPhilI've had my S21S for 4 years. 1 month ago the E18 appeared. ciao Mauro Re the post below by eilivk and the link to many suggested "fixes". so annoying.

The lens will get stuck in the extended position, and refuse to move either to focus the lens or to retract when powered off. im afraid warranty wont cover this one. Canon lens error is usually reported as E18 error. Canon Powershot Sd1300 Lens Error Restart Camera Tried new batteries, then removing memory card.

teenynz,Sorry to hear that the easy fixes didn't work. I have had my Coolpix P2 camera for 2 years, and it has never given me problems, until I got the dreaded "Lens error", for seemingly no reason (did not drop The lens was out of adjustment and following instructions it "clicked" back into place. Went back in like a charm!Thanks for all the help and good luck to all.

January 25, 2008 at 8:10 AM Josh said... Canon Powershot A560 Lens Error Restart Camera Zooming in while powering and zooming out and also turning it off in between seemed to get it finally. For $89 the place we used online serviced and cleaned it, fixed it perfectly! said...

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I bought some but needed none. Try powering the camera back on. Canon Powershot Sd1100 Lens Error Restart Camera I hope this helps; no banging required :) March 3, 2008 at 5:51 PM Anonymous said... Canon Powershot Sx100 Lens Error Restart Camera I really like the camera and havent had it long.

So I used the main board from the E18 fault camera to make the E16 fault camera work. this contact form I will keep on trying with these methods, and thank you very much for your quick response. Your help in sharing will be appreciated, and karma will prevail! I opened it up and took it apart and I found some grains of sand in it. Canon Powershot Sd1000 Lens Error Restart Camera

But I wouldn't just give up on your camera yet. The noises stopped so I took some photos and found they were as expected. ie It was impossible for me to return to the dealer where i bought it. have a peek here Out of desperation and abandoned by Canon, I decided to fix the thing myself.

EmailPosted June 8, 2014 6:44 amKevin FloodUsed force to fix lens retraction issue, but while video works, photos are overexposed EmailPosted June 7, 2014 11:17 amSteve PeroldMy 1200A camera's lens was Lens Error Restart Camera Canon Powershot Sd1200 Zooming in while powering and zooming out and also turning it off in between seemed to get it finally. ty...

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Send it to Canon for warranty service. Thank you so much. I'm upset and will avoid cannon in the future. Canon Powershot Sd850 Lens Error Restart Camera I had thought I'd worn out the USM (200,000 photos +) but have used the camera on a couple of hundred photos since without error. -- SteveT SteveRT's gear list:SteveRT's gear

I had the same problem as holistic when trying to get the lens unstuck...the lens went back in after tapping the USB pad, but then the picture was all white on So after changing the batteries, removing the memory card, tapping the usb cover, and finally forcing the lens (repeatedly) with minimal success, my co-worker decided to hold the camera flat, lens Not right away. Check This Out So one day I will do it again and go even futher and also disassemble the lens, with a big chance not comming back safe and a very small chance that

It still makes me rather concerned... More people have reported success with this method than with any of the other methods (see the polls in the right column). Thank you very much for your suggestion. A colleague at work dropped her new camera and the lens stuck in the out position.

oh yea, I also can't turn it off before it powers off. Then Nikon and Canon lead on the DSLR lineup.I just posted this so you understand things a little more. The lens failed to retract after taking a knock. Cancel John Rausch Rep: 13 1 Posted: 12/04/2015 Options Permalink History I, not so gently, pushed the lens back in on your advice.

Works fine now!!!! I am telling everyone I know DO NOT BUY CANON CAMERAS. First review the warnings in the "Please Read This First" section of this blog, especially the flash capacitor shock warning and link. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the

Twisting the next 'cap-ring' (round with the semi rectangular opening in the center) counterclockwise released it and exposed the two lens covering flaps. But after reading all this, thought "what the heck" and pushed harder, it clicked and went back in!!!! said... My work mate is very surprise but also very happy to know that her camera isn't a write-off working 05/31/2013 by Warren Amazingly, it worked for my Canon PowerShot SD780.

Got the pictures I needed! Do you know of anyone else with a similar camera that you may borrow their battery to try with your camera? LOL Canon is not only the priciest most expensive place to fix a camera but they do about the worst work I have seen.