Question about Canon PowerShot A75 Digital Camera
I have a Powershot a75 since November 2004. Now when I try to take a picture or take some video I just see a distorted pink image. Where I live, Dominican Republic, we do not have a canon service center. I went to a generic service center to check the camera, they just see it, and they told me it was a ccd problem. They estimated the camera repair about 155 dollars, 108 for new ccd and 47 for the service repair. I think this is too expensive. I can buy a new camera with accesories for less than that. What can I do? Can I buy the ccd replacement? Do you know the specification of this part and where can I buy it? Is it cost effective to send the camera to USA service center or another canon service center in Latin America? I will appreciate any help I can receive.
Contact Canon. I had the same problem and eventhough it was outside of warranty they fixed it for free because they recognized this as one of their own problems with the camera. Unfortunately I have the problem again. So I am going to see if Canon will fix it again for me. Good luck!
Posted on Apr 18, 2007
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