Question about Nikon Coolpix S600 Digital Camera
There are some fine gears that move the lens in/out ... if it dropped on the extended lens then its likely a gear was broken or knocked out of place .. it is likely repairable but its really tricky working on these things .. there are fine wires and delecate stuff inside.. sometimes a particle will get into the gears and keep them from operating .. if thats the case you can try gently moving the lens around to try to free it .. but unless you can find someone familiar with working on this then i think you need a new camera ..one with a strap ..
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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