If it is working fine, then it probably continue that way.
Having said that, yo might want to take a few pictures of somrthing with straight lines ( a brick wall for example) at different distances. Then look closely at them on the computer to see if they are in focus. If you have any earlier pictures (ones taken before the fall) you might want to compare teh pictures for sharpness.
If everything checks out OK, then you can relax.
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It seems bad. Usually problem with PCB. Ask your daughter if there was possibility to get even drop of water (rain, drink...) inside - in that case you should let the camera dry, but your chance is not big. I´d like I was wrong...
Hi, Due to hard jurk its body get misalligned and when the screws thightened the body it don't work.You have to change the upper case assy.And it will work fine again You can contact any sony service centre nearby to you. For your convenience please visit: www.sony.net or www.sonyworld.com Here you can find contact info of nearest service centres. Thanks for using FIXYA.
The camera body has a tiny switch marked "CF" in one position and Sony's "memory stick" symbol in the other.
Apparently I accidentally reset the switch from "memory stick" to "CF" while slipping the camera body into (or out of) its carrying-case.
Once I had set this switch from "CF" back to the "memory stick" position, everything worked fine.
Solution: read the user's manual more carefully next time!!
I also dropped this camera from waist high and the lens was stuck out and would not retract or let me do anything. I ended up having it sent to Sony to replace the lens and it cost me $200. I paid $300 for the camera to begin with but to me this was the BEST camera I'd ever had and was worth it. Before repairing it, I bought a new Sony Cybershot DSC-W80 since the original one I had dropped was no longer available. I was NOT pleased with the quality of the new camera at all and it was supposed to be better than the one I dropped. That's when I decided it was worth repairing the broken one and worth the cost.