Question about Cameras
The kind of camera in this case, I do not think matters.
It looks like some damage to either the internal parts, or the LCD screen or possibly both.
If you can get to the menus, set all to factory defaults. Then test it.
Depending on the age of this camera, you may want to consider repairs.
Selling it for parts, repair, and as is on a site such as Ebay may be another choice to consider.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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