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This typically means the zoom motor drive current is too high.

July 9 2012 at 8:05 PM

Scot Heath  (Login ish00ttrap)
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Which the camera interprets as there is something preventing the lens from moving. My daughter went through 3 point and shoot cameras (two Nikons and a Canon) with extendable zoom lenses, each one suffering lens drive damage at the hands of some child (her or a friend). Drops, even a "bump" on the car window while trying to shoot on a rough road can damage the tiny mechanisms. She went to Wales for a semester and we gave her a real DLSR, a bit larger but much, much more rugged and orders of magnitude better photos.

-Scot


    
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