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Hi
 
After having to remove the battery very often to clear the same error for my 4K camera (FDR-AX53),
 
I noticed that if I hold the camera vertically, with the lens pointing up (seems to also working pointing down), instead of horizontally, I never get the error as the lens assembly is easier to move / not fighting gravity as much.
 
Whereas I get the error at most horizontal startup. Whatever the previous zoom position.
 
I hope that info may help other persons!
 
B.
 
 
 
Added : Or from the .cc website, maybe the flex ribbon is less broken in that direction in my case… But for me the stab starts “too strongly” and hits the ceiling when the camera is horizontal, then goes in error. So it may just be the control system which is badly configured, and should move slower / not as far and or be allowed to use more current.

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Hi
 
After having to remove the battery very often to clear the errorsame error for my 4K camera (FDR-AX53),
After having to remove the battery very often to clear the errorsame error for my 4K camera (FDR-AX53),
 
I noticed that if I hold the camera vertically, with the lens pointing up (seems to also working pointing down), instead of horizontally, I never get the error as the lens assembly is easier to move / not fighting gravity as much.
 
Whereas I get the error at most horizontal startup. Whatever the previous zoom position.
 
I hope that info may help other persons!
 
B.

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Contribution d'origine par : goas ,

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Hi

After having to remove the battery very often to clear the error,

I noticed that if I hold the camera vertically, with the lens pointing up (seems to also working pointing down), instead of horizontally, I never get the error as the lens assembly is easier to move / not fighting gravity as much.

Whereas I get the error at most horizontal startup. Whatever the previous zoom position.

I hope that info may help other persons!

B.

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