Hi folks. My elderly parish priest (again) gave me his camera to have a look
at it this morning. A NikonCoolpix 5700. He told me that it wasn't focusing
but the problem is much more serious I think. I got it sorted out focus wise
but the pictures all have numerous lines across them. Here's a couple of
examples. Has anybody any suggestions or does he need to invest in a new
Personally, I think he has dropped the camera but is hoping that I can fix
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