Question about Digital Cameras
My pictures are blurry or white but all my videos come out clear.
It's hard to say 100% without seeing the camera myself, but it sounds like the aperture could be stuck open... I don't think that we have been able to repair a stuck aperture even after tearing down the lens and rebuilding it, so I think your solution is to replace the lens.
A store or 'geek' will tell you it's either $150+ or to throw your camera in the garbage and buy a new one. You have other options available, don't listen to them!
You can buy a defective camera online and use the parts to make one good camera from the two, or you can find somewhere that will repair it for you for a reasonable amount, though that may be hard to come by.
I have spent the last few years building an AFFORDABLE digital camera repair business (google: darntoothysam) and we offer this repair for about $70. We install a replacement lens and ship the camera back with a 45 day warranty... I don't know of another camera repair business that can come close to our prices!
If we can help we would be happy to do so; even if you don't wish to use our service feel free to contact me if you have any other questions that I may be able to help with.
Good luck with your repair from Darntoothysam com
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
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