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Lost lens for digital camera

I have a canon IXUS i zoom camera and have realised i have lost its lens (the convex glass) and cannot focus. is there a way i can replace it? where can i buy the missing part

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  • LeftBehind Jan 24, 2009

    I also have a IXUS i Zoom Digital Camera 5 mp and i need to replece the lens and the part with the buttons

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Its probably going to be cheaper to get a new camera with parts and labor. You could check at Best Buy.

Posted on Jun 14, 2008

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