Nikon Coolpix 5400 Lense Error
or it's affiliates. Hi, the lens unit are dirty or damaged ,best way contact Nikon service. ... Usually it's sand or grit interfering with the lens extension mechanism. Posted by: Sam at October 3, 2005 4:26 AM 121: Another "Slowpix 5400" lens error in Spain. his comment is here
Or just drag it here! i ain't the only one. Just one month after the warranty ran out on my Nikon Coolpix 2200 camera, the lens is permanently stuck in the open position. Add to Want to watch this again later? https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/15495139
Expensive to fix? Glad I wasn't on vacation when it went. the Only Don Nov 18, 2005 Re: 5400 Lens error. Missing my old SLR...
Add your answer Source Submit Cancel Report Abuse I think this question violates the Community Guidelines Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members,show more I think this question violates Posted by: Peter van de Haar at August 22, 2005 8:27 PM 107: i'm also experiencing the black LCD/viewfinder problem just right after my SB flash error was fixed! FLAME HIM!" Oh well. After reading this forum, I may buy another brand instead of fix this.
If nobody's ever had a similar "lens error problem" and can't contribute anything useful, then just point the guy to a Nikon repair shop and be done with it. anyone looking into purchasing a Nikon "DONT DO IT" There is a defect here and there not owning up to it. I get an "!" in the lower right hand side of the viewer on 10/20/2016 10/20/2016 Russell H. I guess I can forget about that.
I accidentally dropped my coolpix camera today, and now the lens sticks out and won't go back in are anything! How can I fix this? so if you're out of warranty and nikon are in denial, drop it :D worked for me!! Now it just comes up with lens error.
I have found a www which sells Coolpix 5700 lens and zoom gears (www.huroncamera.com). http://www.fixya.com/tags/nikon_coolpix_5400_lens_error forpaws123 · 9 years ago 4 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Report Abuse This Site Might Help You. My Coolpix camera lens won't open, says lens error, any ideas how to fix. Ask Your Own Consumer Electronics Question Customer: replied7 years ago.
It was recommended that I get a canon sx700 hs? this content Me too. I don't think the pics I am taking are as good as they were originally, and focussing on close-up things is more tricky. I once loaned a car to a lady friend for the day.
- Posted by: Jim at November 25, 2003 3:42 AM 3: the problem is that the design of the gears is not strong enough, or maybe a kind of lens-lock is missing
- Cheap plastic piece of crap.
- It's still under warranty, so hopefully will be fixed.
- Question about Nikon COOLPIX Digital Cameras 1 Answer Lens error Lens error Telephoto lens stuck at about half retraction.
- Today "lense error" again.
- I guess at this point I have to move on and realize I got a lemon.
- And I didn't do anything to the camera.
- The latch to the batteries is broken and will not stay closed.
- Posted by: Mario at January 16, 2005 6:52 PM 45: Well...
Main worry all the way home was wether the shots were secure to be able to get off when home. Please use the previous link instead. one was about a year old, the other fresh out of the box - might even have been the first picture ever taken with the camera. http://windowsazure4j.org/nikon-coolpix/nikon-coolpix-5400-lens-error.html I hope this is just an bad apple but it looks like it is more than that from the comments above.
Hobart at October 1, 2005 7:03 AM 118: Same error today, but I think I know what caused it. Or just drag it here! Under warranty?
After it flashes on and off, the camera shuts off..
The a-hole at Wolf Camera told me he would send it in to the service center and said it may cost me $250.00! Loading... All frozen. Well, I guess I can still use the 5700 as a nice looking paper weight.
The camera had worked fine 60 minutes before and nothing had been done to it. Who knows what (if anything) they did to it as it was working when I shiped it out. I don't know anything about cameras. check over here I don't know it's worth to send it to be repaired or to add a couple hundred dollars on top of the repair cost to buy a better version.
My Coolpix 8800 was a refurbished camera from NikonMall and was supposedly brought up to specs by Nikon prior to sale. But I don't advise it. Well done nikon! The lens doesn't extend properly or becomes stuck, jammed, or the lens was damaged because the camera was dropped Here's how to fix it, without even taking a screwdriver to the
I'd love to be there and see your angry crying eyes shouting for help :) chill out and be positive, its free after all!! Please anyone have any Idea's who I can contact to fix my camera. Thanks for all the info at this site. Oh my....I know at least another friend had the same problem with his 5700.
Forums Unified View Minox All Forums Mirrorless Digital Cameras Accessories Modern Film Cameras Alternative Cameras & Lenses Nature B&W - Film & Processing New User Introductions B&W - Printing & Finishing I have the BRAND NEW Nikon CoolPix 8800... Posted by: LOW at March 30, 2005 3:54 PM 60: Add one more to the list. My poor lens extends about 1 millimeter before retracting, repeating a couple of times, then calling it quits.
Please use the previous link instead. Got my cp back from repair in Norway. and Granto's Towing are theives. I'm very carefull with my photo gear and never dropped it or what so ever.
Posted by: Robert Warren at July 15, 2004 4:55 PM 11: Got back my Coolpix 5700 from Nikon today. Anyone know about any repair shops in NY/CT to get an estimate? Ask Your Own Consumer Electronics Question Customer: replied7 years ago. its now working again but for how long!
Any suggestions? Posted by: Robert Warren at June 19, 2004 10:47 PM 9: My Coolpix 3100 is about 6 months past warranty and just went into a "Lens Error". Reading the above doesn't fill me with glee and although my post is perhaps of no help to anyone I thought I should add one to help boost the numbers of They will be better able to help you determine if you killed your camera or a simple "reset" will solve your problem Source(s): DigiDude fhotoace · 9 years ago 3 Thumbs