Question about Digital Cameras
If you have a good warranty, time to cash it on it. Your camera's worth dropped about 50%. It will most likely be the same price to fix as it is to sell it. You can try to yank the lens back into its socket. I have done it before myself. I can usually get it back in, but it will usually not be good as new afterwords. =[
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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