Question about Canon PowerShot SD1000 Digital Camera
Yup. The title says it all. From the gritty noise when the lens would zoom, I'm pretty confident that there's sand in it - and the last time I turned the camera on, the lens got stuck in the open position and there it stays. Now it won't fully turn on (says there's a lens problem and to restart the camera - then shuts itself off). Do I dare take it apart and try to clean it myself? It's still in warranty - but I would imagine that that isn't covered... I'm against sending my camera somewhere for 6 weeks if it can be avoided. I love it and used it constantly before this little incident. suggestions? Thank you in advance!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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