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I have a Canon Ixus. Recently the pictures have become very foggy. Is it cost effective to get it repaired and can you give me some idea of the likely cost please?

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The average repair cost is around 30-60 dollars. Price depends on if you need parts or not. It sounds optical related and not digital. Could be moisture in the lens or on the CCD imager glass. Could be a jammed focus motor.

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