Question about Nikon D70 Digital Camera
Hairline crack from fall below built in flash. As you look into eyepiece numbers across the bottom are slanted. Worth repairing?
Don't want to argue at all. I understand that I really don't need to have the chassie repaired. It's the indicators and readouts along the bottom of the viewfinder when you look through the eyepiece, they're slanted from the fall. The help I want is the answer to the question: Is it worth having the readout and indicators portion that are slanted fixed. The eyepiece is ok. Thanks.
Posted on Nov 13, 2007
Well, it depends on the extent of the repair. You don't necessarily need to repair the crack on the chassis, just the damage to the eyepiece components. Yes, it's worth repairing. Those D70s are just the right tool for people who want fine art pictures from a camera simple enough for a novice to use. The eyepiece is your most important resource when you're shooting, so you really want to make sure that it works as well as you do!
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