Question about Kodak EasyShare CX7530 Digital Camera
My lens is loose and will not open. can it be fixed for less than a new camera or am i going to have to buy a new one
This is rarely less than $150 up. If the camera is still under warranty, and no evidence of damage is there, Kodak may fix it for you. If you want to find out, take it to a local camera store that sells Kodak and have them send it away for you. If there is no evidence of dropping or water damage etc, say it just stopped working. An estimate and shipping is probably about $20 bucks. I wouldn't really suggest paying $150 for a new one, but you can get a hell of a lot for $300 (Canadian) this year. I also don't suggest that you look for the highest megapixel or highes zoom in that price range. 6-8MP max, with good build quality, sharpness and features. This photorapher suggests Kodak, Pentax, Canon. Don't buy a $300 12MP, or 30X zoom unless you've got a thing for disappointment. These cameras cannot perform.
Posted on Sep 18, 2007
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