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Old Jan 24, 2004, 6:39 AM   #1
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I got S5000 two weeks ago and yesterday I noticed that
the lens is shaking a bit when it is extracted (even when it is in)
The camera also started to be a little bit louder (when retracts and extracts the lens, during shutter work and when it is focusing - the motor of the lens buzzing)

I see that other people on s5000 forum noticed the same thing meaning that it have to be normal, but, I still have the same concern. When I point the camera down towards floor, if I move it sligtly, it is noticable that the lens is moving left right and it is even seeable on the wiewfinder.

But, the camera still takes great pictures.
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Old Jan 24, 2004, 9:48 AM   #2
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I bought mine the first day it was out and it has taken thousands of pictures. Mine has never done that. I think it is defective. Sorry
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Old Jan 24, 2004, 12:04 PM   #3
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I got S5000 two weeks ago and yesterday I noticed that
the lens is shaking a bit when it is extracted (even when it is in)
The camera also started to be a little bit louder (when retracts and extracts the lens, during shutter work and when it is focusing - the motor of the lens buzzing)

I see that other people on s5000 forum noticed the same thing meaning that it have to be normal, but, I still have the same concern. When I point the camera down towards floor, if I move it sligtly, it is noticable that the lens is moving left right and it is even seeable on the wiewfinder.

But, the camera still takes great pictures.
I read a post from one other person about a loose lens in the S5000, and he returned it. Might be your best option.
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