Have you tried to press the battery on the contacts with the lid open?
On my e-m5 mkI I have a small piece of paper between the battery and the
lid, otherwise it doesn't start up.
It took me some time to find out ;-)
Good luck, Frank
Op wo 30 jun. 2021 om 19:16 schreef Paul Braun <pbraun42@xxxxxxxxx>:
> My problem was not a stuck shutter. My problem was that the camera was
> working just fine, then shut down, and wouldn't power back up.
> At first, I thought that maybe since I'd been out sightseeing and
> shooting all day that my last battery had finally died. So when I got
> back to the hotel, I charged a couple up and popped 'em in. Nada. Still
> no powerup.
> Tried the reset thing when we got home, but it still wouldn't power up.
> There's no rattling or anything, the camera simply won't power on.
> On 6/30/21 11:41 : , Wayne Shumaker wrote:
> > Some of those posts, if you are brave and have no intention of
> > repairing the MK I, is to see if the shutter is indeed stuck. Some
> > suggest banging on the bottom to sticking something in to free the
> > shutter. Me I'd be a bit more cautious and examine the camera closely.
> > There was a blog post on lensrental about cracked IBIS mounts. That
> would imply some G-force possibly happened to the camera. One of my
> concerns is hearing the sensor rattle around when not powered on.
> > WayneS
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