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Repairs & Servicing


Ian Hunter e2
12 103 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2010 9:24PM
Anyone heard of and can comment on this outfit 'Camera Repair Man

Thanks

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16 Nov 2010 7:50AM
He has posted several "recent enquiries" but no customer feed-back which I think would be more reassuring!

I think it depends on what camera/what fault. If my Canon SLR went kaput I'd go to a "recognised" Canon agent.
timbo e2
12 592 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2010 8:53AM
I wouldn't send my nikon kit to anyone other than Nikon or fixation.
keithh e2
11 23.4k 33 Wallis And Futuna
16 Nov 2010 9:01AM
Apart from looking dated, cheap and ever so slightly mis-leading, that website looks to be nothing more than a 'Clearing House' for local repair shops around the UK. No phone numbers, addresses and it appears like anyone can join their 'franchise' for 200 + vat/month.

Run Away.
Ian Hunter e2
12 103 United Kingdom
16 Nov 2010 7:52PM
Thanks for your replies... looked suspicious to me but worth asking the 'experts' Wink

Running away now
19 Nov 2010 8:53PM
I have a Nikon D50 and a Fuji S3 Pro which, due to my habit of shooting in dusty fields, often require cleaning and servicing. I always use Hitech Camera Repairs . I can't fault them, their turn around is very quick and they are not expensive at all, I highly recommend them Smile
3 Feb 2014 5:58PM
Had recommended YouCamFix but not sent my camera yet, anyone got any reviews?

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