Question about Cameras
Sounds like the lens is jammed and the fall did some damage to the lens. You could apply a little more force to the zoom and it may or may not pop back into place. It is work a try since impact/shock is not covered be the warranty; and the cost of repair is almost as much as a new lens.
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
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