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dave12 7 2 United Kingdom
2 Jun 2012 3:11PM
So I have now three DSLR Canon camera's should I consider, and is it possible, to have them and potentially my lenses, serviced?

Do cameras lose integrity or do they just keep working and when they stop its time to ask cost of repairs.

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colin beeley Plus
15 1.2k 10 England
3 Jun 2012 9:46AM
you know what they say, if it ain't broke don't fix it !
dave12 7 2 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2012 11:03AM
Usually my motto Colin, but I'm just thinking ahead, you see failure but not deterioration as easily. Once had an issue with a Pentax ME....great camera and a great day taking one off pictures only to find a technical malfunction which didn't show itself until I processed the film.........
rossd 15 1.1k England
3 Jun 2012 3:29PM
Must agree with colin's statement! However, if you just want them serviced (i.e cleaned and checked) then I would suggest Lehmnans (Stoke on trent)


I've used them several times for sensor clean/service on my 5D Mk2 and had a couple of lenses cleaned. They are very reliable and will give you an estimate. However it's not cheap!
dave12 7 2 United Kingdom
4 Jun 2012 10:54PM
Thanks Rossd I will give them a call
7 Jul 2012 1:17PM
I can recommend Colchester Cameras.
They run an incredibly efficient service and very helpful as well.


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