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Nikon Coolpix camera help

I dropped it and now it makes a weird sound when I turn it on. and it goes to lens error!

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Hi:
Broken lens.
Try to force the lens gently out or in as you turn it on. This may help, and it may damage the lens even more. However, I have fixed a couple lenses which had problems as you mentioned.
If you use the wrist strap (that is what it is for to protect your camera) it will save a lot of problems.
Take care with the camera, it will last a lot longer.

If it is beyond repair, sell it on a site such as Ebay for parts or as is. At least you can get a few dollars for it.

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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