Question about Nikon D70s Digital Camera
I have a Sony DSC - W35. It slipped from my hand once. There wasn't any physical damage to the camera, but the lens got stuck. I switched it on and off for about two times.. and on the 3rd time, the lens finally came out. But now, whenever I take a photo, I have to push the lens out a bit, otherwise the photos come out a bid dodgy and blurred. Any suggestions?
What you have is called Impact damage, there may not be physical visible damage, but you have internal damage to the camera. The alignment of the lens is now out of alignment. When you press on the lens, you are physically moving the gears inside of the lens. You need to stop doing this, you are causing more damage to it. You camera needs to be sent in for repairs at a repair center.
He can fix it for you for a reasonable price.
Hope this can help you.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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