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How to keep lens permanently extended in Fuji S7000 ?

I know this might sound a little evil to mutilate my precious S7000 like this, but I have a good reason.

I just got myself a lens adapter and a uv filter. Now, every time I turn on/off the camera the lens extend/retract - it takes (relatively) a lot of time and a lot of power (as it is a mechanical action).
Since I have the adapter mounted I don't really care if the lens stay extended all the time (since the adapter protects them now).

Does anyone have a clue on how to "lock" the lens in the extended position without causing damage to the camera ? (for example, to detach the motor that extends it)

Cygnus
Sat, 22 Apr 2006 02:05:14 -0700

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