Question about Cameras
I dropped my camera while taking a picture..and now it's not working it gives me a white screen and says Lens Error 122, .....something. how can i fix it
i dropped my camera and it banged on the side of the table and now the top part of the lens is pushed in while the bottom is out further. when i turn the camera on or off the lens doesn't move, and the screen is black. what do i do?!
how do i find a local repair man if necessary?
From your description you should most likely have your camera looked at by an authorized service technician and get and estimate on a repair done. The manufacturer usually has a list of authorized service technicians in your local area, or you could try looking in the yellow pages. I hope this helps!
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