I stumbled on the last few steps of a staircase, fell hands and knees first with the camera around my neck in a rather long neck strap. I avoided injuries myself but the M240, with a Voigtlander 15mm f4.5 v1 on it, hit the ground - only slightly I thought at the time.
But the LCD, which has no cracks, no longer works. I'm able to take shots, change the ISO, etc. But now how do I dive into the menus to set the lens to "unknown"? Apart from that, I'm happy with my current DNG-only settings.
The lens' built in petal hood got slightly bent but the lens is safe. Phew.
Is it worth getting an electronic viewfinder? I read that the menus are only on the LCD.
Has anyone gotten their LCD repaired? What would it cost me to get it repaired? I never used Live view, to be honest...