Wondering if going through airport security cameras ruins the screen and picture. We went throught security and ever since then we can only get half of the screen with picture and the rest is quite blurry. What do you recommend?
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As long as there are no markings on the camera showing that you may have abused it, the warranty will cover it. Try lightly flicking the lens (not the glass, but the sides) a few times and see if that clears it up.
Sadly, most digital cameras don't have a reset button like it older more reliable elders. But, most digital cameras have a "menu" button or a "review" button. If either of these are still working and can be seen on the display screen then your problem lies within the lense or digital shutter. If you can't see anything at all, even the "Menu" or "review" your problem is much more extensive. If so, you can NOT fix this yourself without ruining it more.
I can say that most of the camera shops can refurbish it for you for a lower price. Or you can purchase and already refurbished camera for about half have you paid for the new one.
Hope I helped.
It is not likely that the x-ray machine goofed up your camera's circuit.
It is more likely that the vibration on the plane loosened a flex connector, possibly a chip has failed.
A reputable repair shop is the answer for this.