Greetings,\n\nI have this DC4800 for approximately 2 years. But yesterday the camera\nstop functioning correctly. I do get power. The "shots remaining"\ndisplays "25" so I think it is reading the flash card. But no other\nfunctions. After resetting it and still no luck. I opened the case and\ndiscovered a "burnt" ribbon cable. The cable has what appears to be a\npart number of DS234BK-EP-33A-1 and runs from CN1105 to CN301.\n\nAny chance of getting a replacement part?\n\nAlthough, chances are there maybe a defective board that caused the\ndamage to the cable. If the cable were available and cheap enough it\nmaybe worth a try to repair the camera.\n\nAlso, I seen a post on dpreview.com that stated Kodak offers a flat rate\n0.00 repair service or possible upgrade to a DX4330 or DX6340. Is\nthis true?\n\nIf this is true, I would likely upgrade rather than repair. Any\npreferences or comments on the DX4330 or DX6340?\n\nIf this is not true, does anyone have a replacement suggestion? I was\nnot completely satisfied with the DC4800. While it took great outdoor\nphotos, I was very unhappy with indoor and low light photos. (Which I\nhave since noticed is a common complaint with this camera.) I did\nexperiment with external flash but found it inconvenient and clumsy.\nAnyway, the point is I would like a camera which takes good low\nlight/indoor photos as well as great outdoor photos. At first glance,\nthe Canon PowerShot G2 is the front runner. Suggestions welcome!\n\nThanks in advance!