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My D85 camera fell out of my bag and now won't turn on - can it be saved? Can't even get the memory card out.

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Hello,
you should carry it to the Service Engineer, you will get the card with the photos on it but your camera I Cant' tell.
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Posted on Jun 18, 2008

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