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My sister dropped my camera and the lens popped out. now i cant get it to work, i tried to pop it back in and it will go but it wont work i keep getting an error

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You need to go to a camera store and have them send it away for repair. Is she old enough to pay for it? It could be $100-$200 easily plus about $20 for shipping and a quote. No joke.

Posted on Sep 14, 2007

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