Question about Kodak EasyShare DX6490 Digital Camera
Unfortunatley,my camera has been through some rough spots and by going to the beach & somehow collecting sand in the lens didn't help. The camera still turns on and the lens comes out,but not entirely..it will also still take pictures but will not zoom at all..when I attempt to zoom it makes a strange sound and the 'picture' turns blurry. I was wondering if there was any way to detach the camera lens without dismantling the entire camera? Or if anyone suggested anything to get the zoom working again..I tried blasting compressed air into the lens but that didn't work..
Perhaps a Vacuum will help if it is sand in the mechanism then has to be sucked out - not blasted further in. But I fear it may now be terminal. Preparing these item is not an economic proposition
Posted on Jul 02, 2007
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