Question about Olympus Cameras
I own this product for about 1 year now. Olympus I know is one of the best brands that offer excellent quality of digital cameras, however it seems like most of the them that use re-chargeable batteries get drained very quickly, like in about a few shots. The reason i say this is because, i have 2 other friends (1 who has the same model as i have and the other the next version of mine) and they too complain of the same problem.
Having said that, i used this when i went for a trip recently and i guess i dropped it once (this was like the 2nd time since i bought the product) and since then I have not been able to use it. The first time, the battery insert flag broke and a chip fell off it, but now whenever i try taking a picture, the camera and the display looks PERFECT until the time I click the picture. After the picture is taken, it looks like a "Dark/Negative like" image - Like in negatives that need to be developed (Old cameras which used negatives). I understand that this is a software problem, so i want to know what is the best course of action?
1) Should i get it repaired? If yes, where would it be most economical in Chennai, India? Also the price range
2) Should i get this repaired and exchange this for another Lithium digital camera (as I am contemplating to get one, which uses Lithium-Coz I am a little dubious about using cameras with re-chargeable batteries)? If yes, which one should I buy with the best price range?
Apologies for asking too many questions. And I hope that i get the right advise from you experienced people on time.
I would appreciate if you can reply ASAP, as I would be traveling abroad next month and would need to make a decision about this.
Thanks & Regards,
P.S: I am at work; so do not know the exact model number, so mail me if you need me to give you specific model details
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Posted on Sep 16, 2008
To get it repaired, get it to olympus authorised service center... I think shetela cameras, chennai (Spencer plaza) r olympus authorised one. so check out.
It should be very simple problem or it must make you spend much. I wont recommend you to repair if service cost goes beyond 3000INR.
For getting new cameras I could not advice without knowing ur budget. I wl prefer Canon cameras to any other. If your Budget goes above 10K get the canon iXus series is fine.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
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