Question about Canon PowerShot SD750 / IXUS 75 Digital Camera
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you can't take new pictures (they are totally black) but you can see old pictures, then either the lens aperture is stuck closed or your CCD is bad. Either means that you need to replace the lens of the camera.
You can look online for a defective camera and make one good one out of the two, but it's difficult to find one with a good lens!
Don't bother going to a store or 'service center' though you can if you would like to verify what I'm about to say. They won't know anything about camera repair, and will want to charge you $150 or more for the repair if they say they will do it. If they do take on the repair, all they will do is send it to Canon which you can do yourself for about $150.
There are AFFORDABLE digital camera repair businesses online, I know, because I own one! We can replace your lens for about $75.
Good luck with your repair,
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Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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