Question about Canon Cameras
That was a very sad thing to happen. There is no quick fix solution for this. You should take it to an authorized service center. But I fear this is not going to be an inexpensive process. Let them have a look and assess the damages. We have no way of judging what could have happened inside--whether there has been any misalignment of elements or focusing mechanism.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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