Question about Nikon D40 Digital Camera with G-II 18-55mm Lens
I dropped my camera (yes outside - my luck) yesterday. I can still take pictures but not with the flash. When I press the silver button to focus the flash pops up but then it clicks. The camera still takes excellent pictures in all modes just not with the flash. Can I replace the flash or can this be repaired? Thanks!
If your under warrenty it can be repaired for free. If not, it still can be repaired. Go to Nikon's webpage, they will send and give you your steps to sending your camera. Once your done, make sure to get insurance on your cam and tracking number so you can follow it to its destination. You should get it back in a few weeks depending on how held back they are. Best luck.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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