Question about Pentax Optio W30 Digital Camera
I dropped my camera the other day on the floor at Big Lots...Now it won't turn on. Took the battery out and back in a few times. everytime i do the green "on" light will come on for a second but then it goes off. There is no visual sign of the body being cracked so i dont know why it would be destroyed...can you help!
After a long study of the dropping the camera problem I am convinced that the camera is poorly designed and that if anyone that cares about quality will plan by studying ratings of various types of cameras they plan to buy and by many companies that offer such advice. (Not Ebay!) Sea Breeze
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
Cameras are not made to be dropped but some are more durable and some just get lucky. The case does not have to crack for the camera to not work. Any single internal connection or circuit board may have cracked or come loose. You need a tech person to open it and check connections. May result in buying a new camera, sorry.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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