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Nikon S50 I accidentally dropped my nikon S50 camera about 4 feet and fell on the hardfloor. When i picked it up, there was no visible damage noticed. I turned it on,the power indicator turned on but there was no image in the LCD seen and remained blank and black.however,after a few seconds it turns off. I am planning to have it checked in a repair service, and one of my buddies told me that it will cost me around $200. Please help me.

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  • Anonymous Jul 10, 2008

    i dropped my coolpix camera by 2 feet and now i am getting lens error please advice where in mumbai india i should repair my nikon camera. my e mail is pramod _ghogale @yahoo.co.in

  • pramod_ghoga Jul 10, 2008

    i dropped my coolpix camera by 2 feet and now i am getting lens error please advice where in mumbai india i should repair my nikon camera. my e mail is pramod _ghogale @yahoo.co.in

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Sorry we can't fix that here... The video lens might be damage due to that height of the drop. It's the first part to be damaged...

Hope this gives you the idea... Fixya me... Thanks.

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