Question about Canon PowerShot SD750 / IXUS 75 Digital Camera
I just dropped the lens portion of my Powershot 890 IS as I looked straight down at a cup of tea I was photographing. There are spots behind the lens. It is extended and the battery is out so it will stay that way. Is there any way I can help it dry? Can it be repaired if the spots persist?
Note-this specific camera was not on the dropdown list. I chose what I think might be close.
If you can see condensation, then please do not switch on the camera.
Let it dry off. You could mildly use a blower(hair dryer) to dry , but not very powerful.
Once the condensation is dried, then if light spot remain and does not interfere in the quality of the photgraphs, it might go away in time. But if it is bothering you. Then you better take it to the nearest Canon service center, who will open and service your camera.
Best of luck.
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Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
There's more to making the tea than just shoving a few bags
in a tea pot and adding hot water. Lovers of English tea believe that you need
to warm the pot beforehand and let the tea brew before you start. Take a look
at this article on the Yorkshire Tea website that gives a good run down of how
to make tea.
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