Question about Konica Minolta Cameras
What appears to have happened is that you have damaged the lens system.
This part is not easily fixed, and may cost more than the camera is worth. Unless it is a new camera, I suggest you do not fix the camera, and sell it on a site such as Ebay for parts or repair, as is.
Once an impact has damaged any digital camera, you do not have many choices. This is one of the main reasons I always recommend to use the wrist strap and use a padded case to store the camera, not in a pocket of any kind. That also should apply to purses and such, always use a padded case to help protect the camera from damage. I have done this for the few years I have been using these small point and shoot cameras of various kinds including various Nikons, Canons, and others. By taking extra precautions, I have (thankfully) not had any damage to any camera relating to impact of any kind.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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