Question about Kodak EasyShare LS443 Digital Camera
What would the repair costs be to fix this problem?
It would cost more than a new, better camera would cost.
I don't say that to be anything but helpful. This camera model is 5 years old, a lifetime in digital camera terms. It would take any experienced tech 3 or 4 hours to take care of this problem and at a bill rate of $60 - $80 an hour you are looking at something upwards or $200 to fix a camera that is probably worth less than $100.
I use Nikon cameras myself (partly because I have a multi thousand dollar investment in lenses, but also because I prefer their ergonomics), but usually recommend Canon in the low end point and shoot category. They have many, many good models that you can get for less than $200. I suggest you use a site like dpreview.com to narrow down the choices and then buy from a reputable dealer like bhphotovideo.com, adorama.com or the like.
I can help you choose a camera, or make detailed suggestions if you tell me what kind of camera you want (easiest vs more capable, size, what you want to do with it...)
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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