Question about Sony Cyber-shot DSC-N1 Digital Camera
I dropped my camera(Sony DSC N2) from 4 feet above it was in the camera carrying case. It seems to be working fine. but will this drop cause any long term damage? should I change it?
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.
Posted on Apr 04, 2007
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