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03-27-2010, 06:41 PM   #1
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Movement inside camera when shaken

In regards to the K200D, i'm just wondering if it is normal to have movement inside the camera when softly shaken?

It is kind of a heavy/clunk noise and something is moving about in there..

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Thanks for that.
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Thanks for that.
no problem. Im glad its that and not something bad!

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