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I have a Fuji F470 digital camera. It was dropped. Now when I turn it on, the screen displays Finepix, then goes blank.  It seems to take pictures,,,lens moves in and out and flash works, but I can not see anything on the display.

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  • calfrend Jan 03, 2009

    Thank you for your answer regarding the situation which I have with my camera.  The warranty is not in effect anymore, so I will probably go with your suggestion and purchase a new camera. (Maybe I can sell this one for parts on eBay).

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Hi, when you drop it , it broke the color chips sensor , to make it repair , the coast it always arround 125.00 and + , so i sujest , your can try your waranty or buying brand new , ( factorydirect.ca ) they have good price yvon chow !!!

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    yvon lecavalier Jan 03, 2009

    thath the best thing to do , the price drop on camera now yvon chow !!!

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