Consequently, the blown highlights and oversaturated colors I’m used to seeing on other low-end digicams seemed less a problem on the A430. Display. You may hold the end of the spring with a toothpickk to hook it over the post or you may catch the post by twisting the flap a millimeter extra before pushing it all the way down on the pivot post. The camera worked fine w/o the ring, opening, focusing, and shooting. And plenty of low-end digicams would like to hide behind their LCD and never come out! Nothing else really bothered me as I used the camera for a couple of weeks. I never caught myself excusing some annoyance with a «Well, what do you expect at that price?» Final thoughts.
The lens extenstion/zoom was catching on the loose caulk. I tend to carry the camera by the lens. Am sure that this is what caused it to loosen from the caulk. Whatever the reason is for having the lens error, you can try and fix it yourself by following our Canon lens error (E18 error) repair instructions. Tom’s guide in the world Germany France Italy Ireland UK Follow Tom’s guide Subscribe to our newsletter add to twitter add to facebook ajouter un flux RSS.
Before pushing the flap all the way down on the pivot post you will want to catch one end of the spring arm on the post that drives the flaps to open and close. Its movie mode can capture 640×480 pixel movies at 10 frames per second, or a far smoother 320×240 at 30 frames per second, impressive for a camera at this price point. Tested it a few times and problem has not occurred.