Question about Cameras
I'm wondering if you are kidding. Any camera lens is in itself a series of lenses inside - you can't see this b/c you are not supposed to. Apparently you broke one of the lenses and you can now see inside. If I understood well, that's a goner, my friend. If your camera has lenses you can remove to insert others, like a wide angle, etc, then you have to buy another. If not, your camera may just be trash now. In any case, anyone that will help you with this needs to see the camera in person. Take it to your local photo store, they will give you free advice.
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