Question about Canon Cameras
Most shutter buttons are plastic discs attached to a spring-mounted plunger on a circuit board. You might be able to purchase a used as-is camera of the same type. Try taking the body halves apart carefully on the as-is camera, remove the shutter circuit and then carefully try to replace the shutter button circuit board on your broken camera. Or if that's too difficult, contact the manufacturer or any reputable repair shop and get a repair estimate on the camera. If the estimate falls above the value of a new camera - you decide. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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