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Eek, i dropped my camera more times than i can count, and hanging around a bunch of rowdy skaters seemed to really do it in. we've dropped it so hard the screen cracked, but it was still working fine. after awhile the crack started collecting dust [ew]. and now this last time, the focusy thing was open when i dropped it and it now refuses to work. i've lost the box and recipt and everything, so i doubt if anyone would replace it, even if i did do the whole 'pay more than your camera's actually worth' thing. the light turns on like it normally would when turning it on, but nothing else happens. =[ any suggestions?

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Non - motorized lens cameras , will survive more drops ( ebay it - as is - for parts ) ;

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