Question about Cameras
If you dropped it while 'alive' a piece holding the lens might have been broken. If you dropped it in a dormant state then it could be worse - when at rest the lens is secured fairly inside the body of the camera. Have it checked, I suggest.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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