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Posibley Broken LCD?

Two months ago I bought my Camera. Up until 3 days ago everything worked fine. When my camera was in my back pocket I sat down too hard on a chair. A few minutes later when I turned my camera on, the LCD looked as if it has been broken. I love my camera and I am getting ready to go on vacation. If there is any quick solution to this problem I would like to know it. Please Help!

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Re: Posibley Broken LCD?

Use the viewfinder to take pictures on vacation, then have your camera looked at in a camera shop or repair shop to assess the damage. Might be cheaper to just get a new camera sometimes with labour costs and parts costs these days, but doesn't hurt to get it looked at for free!

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