Just wondering if those who got the repairs done could give us an update as to if the cameras are still working. I have a camera that is from 5 yrs old Canon Powershot elph that took absolutely goregous pics. I started seeing liquidly stuff through the screen instead of the subject (so maybe an LCD issue?). I was going to toss it but thought one day when i go to HK/China perhaps I could get it repaired.
Is an appt needed w/ Hi-speed. Does he give a quote on the price before fixing it or is it a fixed price? will he charge if it can't be fixed? I read reviews that say dig cameras durability doesn't depend on the years but on number of shots you take, so the more shots you take the faster it'd reach the end of its life cycle. But yea..with the cheap prices of cameras now, if it cost $50 USD to fix, I'd prob opt for a new camera.