Question about Photography
My camera is a (very old - 1995) Olympus Superzoom 120 35mm) and the shutter button isn't working properly. My question is really, is it worth trying to get it mended? There is rubber poking up round the shutter button & it is possible to pull out the top which is attached to a "concertina" of rubber underneath. Looks a bit serious to me? Would I be better off buying a new camera??
Probably, finding the right part to replace the button may be difficult. Even if you could find the part, labor would make the repair not cost effective.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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