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OLYMPUS STYLUS 740 ALL WEATHER

Is it worth it for me to fix my camera or just buy a new 1. Does not turn on. batter door broken and lense cover also broken but works.

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If it works, use it as long as you can.

Fixing snap-shooters is generally not worth it,
since digital cameras evolve rapidly and lose
value even faster with age.


Martin

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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