Racing up the stairs, cradling it in my arms. Bursting through the doors calling, “Please help me! I’ve dropped it!” With a worried expression on my face the words blurt out. “I think I’ve killed it!”
My camera repair man looks at me and without a twitch on his face, moves his hand down under the counter and pulls out his notebook. “What’s your name? What’s it doing? What’s your contact details? I’ll email you when I’ve worked out the problem.”
My error. Rushing is not the way to set up.
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Thank goodness for my phone camera or withdrawals I surely would be suffering.
It’s been 2 days…. waiting…. waiting…. The lens I was using is fine. He tried it on one of his cameras at the store. The camera however… nada…. When you turn it on… no light, no camera, no action.