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HELP camera dropped while on photoworkshop and need diagnostic advice

GWHITSON

rockville centre, US
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GWHITSON Registered since 29th Aug 2006
Thu 24-Oct-13 04:59 PM

Hope you all can help.
I let go of my tripod to get a cable release and a litte girl ran straight into it. My D600 went straight down. The damage seems to be that it is reading about 1 to 1.7 stops overexposed. The physical damage seems to be that both the depth preview button and the Fn button are pushed in and loose.
I have taken out the battery, changed lenses, shot in manual and live view with mixed results.
Any diagnostic, or remedial ideas I'd greatly appreciate.
I'm in the first day of a workshop in Smokey Mountain National Park that I've been waiting all year for and just flew in last night
thanks in advance

george whitson

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