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Oops . . . I dropped my camera and all seemed fine until I tried to depress the button that snaps the picture and it seems slightly damaged and will not depress. =( Is this fixable????

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It depends on the camera. Repairing a shutter release button on most point and shoot cameras is a simple repair. Some cameras though can be costly and time consuming. Impact damage is always hard to analise until the camera is opened up.

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