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EasyShare C875 dropped, won't focus

Ah, the bane of digitals...dropping. Camera was dropped and now it won't focus. Plus if you toggle the zoom it will zoom until it hits digital zoom, then shuts itself off. Lost cause?

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Yes i'm afraid it is a lost cause as the camera has now suffered from shock damage sorry!!!!!

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You may need a repair so expensive that you should consider trading it in for a newer model. These days it is hard to justify the cost of repairing a camera.

Back in the days of the Retina IIIC, Kodak sold some great cameras, and frankly I own two Kodaks now myself, a C-743 which is a pile of junk, and a Z-712 which I love. I believe that Kodak has some of the best image quality available on a digital camera, because they were one of the first camera companies to learn how to tame the contrasty CCD that actually takes the picture in these digital cameras....

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