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The price of the repair depends on the make and model of the camera and the extent of the damage. For compact cameras in general, if the camera is more than a year old then it will be cheaper and easier to buy a newer model, and you'll get a better camera in the process.
It is a crack and it's the result is the LED going out. ok so if you had this camera for more than 2 years... most likely a new one would be cheaper. If it's been bought not so long ago, a new LED screen wouldn't be overpriced.
If the camera screen has a cracked on it the best thing that you can do for this is to take the camera to a nearest service center and have the lcd screen replace so you can enjoy using the camera again , having the lcd screen is cheaper that getting a new camera...
Yes. You can get them (to fit yourself) from the manufacture or you can simply take it in to an outlet (like curries etc) or a repair center and they will fix it or have it sent away.
However, it may be cheaper to buy a new camera than to have the screen fixed. You can also get an older broken 7100 with a working screen and remove it and replace your broken one...tho if you are not up to doing that I would take it to a repair center.
Hey lyoungren, Digital camera repairs often exceed the value of the product, but you could bring the camera to a Geek Squad® precinct at a Best Buy™ store and they can send it out to get an estimate on the replacement of the LCD screen done. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
best bet is to buy a new piece. Although swapping the screens is possible, it is quite complicated to dismantle and mount again, unless you have prior experience. Take it to the shop and ask for a repair quote. If it is too high, then might as well buy a new one. And this time, BE CAREFUL!!!
The camera will still work fine. The screen is only for framing your pictures and reviewing them. It will be hard to take pictures that way. Just get a new camera. It will be cheaper than repairing the screen.