Question about Cameras
Unless you are REALLY electronically inclined, there is very little you can do. If you were to get the camera apart, then determine the issue, you would have to be versed in microscopic soldering to make the repair, and that is if there were no other part required. Unfortunately, what you are attempting to repair requires HIGHLY skilled techs, that are familiar with your brand and model of camera. No easy fix for you unless you are very maticulious, and precise. Also, once disassembled, the problem would have to be obvious. Would not recommend this repair to a novice
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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