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LCD damage My camera lcd got damaged in Miami last week.  I am looking for the cause - how did it get damaged?  I want to repair it but don't want to let it happen again. For a picture of what the damage looks similar to see photo under Step 1: http://digitalcamerarepair.googlepages.com/casioex-s600

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    Hi my camera fell down while still in the protective case and the lcd cracked. Can this be fixed or should I be thinking about buying a new camera?

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The picture shown in your provided link says impact damage. It does not take much of a bump to crack an LCD display like that.

Fitted cases aren't always the best storage for camera gear. I use a larger bag even for my smaller cameras and center the display in the middle off the case, away from the sides.

There are after market clip-on screen protectors that do provide an extra layer.

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