Question about Cameras
The lense won't extend all the way when camera is turned on, causing the camera to turn off. The camera was dropped, but the lense itself looks ok, there is nothing physically blocking the lense from extending. I'm wondering if there is something wrong with camera part that extends the lense (it extends automatically when camera turns on). It is a Kodak EasyShare X712 IS.
I'm willing to open the camera up for a simple repair if possible, or if someone can honestly tell me I can take it to a repair shop for something inexpensive, that might help. Thanks!
Lens has been damaged and it's most likely not worth repairing. lens can look fine but internal damage will require more money than it's worth. recommend replace
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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