Question about Kodak EasyShare C533 Digital Camera
Yesterday, I was downloading some pics from my Kodak C533 to my computer and my dog's tail caught the USB cord attached to the camera. The cord was threaded through a handle on my desk, so the camera swung down and slammed into the side of the desk. The lens was extended and is now stuck at a slight angle. When I try to turn on the camera, the green light comes of and the screen comes on as usual... but then it immediately shuts down. Is it dead? Can it be salvaged without killing me?
Fraid it is dead - The lens drive is shot. Not an economic repair I am afraid- check out Kodak of course but a new camera will be a better bet.
Posted on Jul 12, 2007
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