Camera Lens
Schedule camera lens repair Bognor Regis


The lens barrel on my camera is stuck?

If the camera lens is stuck, the most common reason is mechanical failure caused by parts failure over time or foreign particles that are lodged inside the camera. The camera lens repairs for Bognor Regis cover lens barrel problems for most brands and models.

Why should I not attempt a DIY lens clean?

Camera lens cleaning by an amateur risk scratching of the lens which leads to blurry photos. Camera lens cleaning for Bognor Regis is completed by professional technicians.

Can I get an insurance quotation for SLR lens repair Bognor Regis?

Yes, the technicians offer insurance quotations for camera lens repair Bognor Regis as a chargeable service. This is taken off from the total cost of the lens repair if the quote is accepted.

I have discovered mould growth on my camera lenses?

This common camera lens problem occurs when dirty lenses are left in dark, humid conditions for extended periods of times. Camera lenses should always be stored in see through containers with silica gel packets, to inhibit fungal growth.

The staff are specialists in camera lens cleaning Bognor Regis for this issue and more e.g. condensation in the lens.

Camera Lens Repairs Bognor Regis

Nationwide camera lens repair Bognor Regis by professional technicians at competitive prices.

The staff understand that a lens collection takes considerable time and investment to build up. It is therefore a very sensible idea to get your camera lenses repaired and serviced.

The camera lens repairs are quick and dependable as the camera service centre keeps large stocks of high grade camera parts for lens repairs.

The team undertake camera lens repairs Bognor Regis that cover most camera lens brands including:

• Zeiss lenses
• Sony Alpha lenses
• Pentax lenses
• Canon EF lenses
• Olympus M.ZUIKO lenses
• Sigma lenses
• Nikon Nikkor lenses

These are just a few of the camera lens repaired, cleaned and serviced for amateur and professional photographers.

For more information on camera lens repairs Bognor Regis, simply enquire with the online form or give the repair centre a phone during opening hours.

Camera lens repair Bognor Regis

SLR Lens Repair Bognor Regis

Fast camera lens repair Bognor Regis by the experts in the camera repair industry.

The camera repair centre offers camera lens repairs for Bognor Regis customers that include domestic clients and commercial clients. With previous clients including Argos, Marks & Spencer, Police Forces, Debenhams, Pavilion Insurance, The BBC and Cornhill Insurance your camera lenses are in expert hands.

All camera lens repairs are completed by teams of experienced technicians using the best tools and spare parts when necessary.

The camera lens repairs can repair most lens errors including:

• Cracked lens
• Fungal growth
• Condensation
• Lens blur
• Pincushion distortion
• Loss of contrast
• Chromatic aberration
• Faulty focus
• Faulty zoom

This is just a small selection of camera lens errors which can be fixed at the repair centre. All camera lens repairs for Bognor Regis come with a warranty alongside thorough fault testing for added peace of mind. Lens cleaning for Bognor Regis will get rid of fingerprints and oily smudges which can can damage the anti-reflection coating of the lens if left alone.

Great customer service is vital to the camera lens service being provided as shown by the recent testimonials from delighted customers. With UK coverage, a SLR lens repair is offered by a convenient collection and delivery service from a home or work address.

Don't delay in getting camera lens repair Bognor Regis or lens cleaning. Contact with the team with the camera lens form or with the telephone number shown.

Recent Enquires

i have an fe 50mm f1.8 sony lens which has stopped working - the camera no longer seems to recognise the lens, but the contacts appear clean, and the camera works fine with all other lenses, so this issue is definitely with the lens itself.


i have a lomo petzval 85 lens which has a spot of mold on the lens, do you service this type of lens?


schneider-kreuznach xenoplan f/1.9 13mm lens (d-mount)lens serial number: 5221667i recently bought this lens second-hand. I intend to use the lens on a pentax q camera body to make stitched-panorama digital images. for this purpose a manual lens is an testing shows the lens to be optically satisfactory, apart from the following problem.(a) when the focussing ring is set at the infinity mark, very distant and nearby objects are blurred (i.e. defocussed).(b) when the focussing ring is set near the 0.75m mark, very distant and nearby objects are in focus.according to the markings on the focussing ring, the focussing range is 0.3m to infinity.for my particular purpose, the lens always is focussed at infinity, in order to obtain greatest sharpness over the entire depth of field. with more detailed testing, I can find the best setting of the focussing ring near 0.75m which apparently gives infinity focus. the lens then would be usable. it would, however, be much more convenient if the focussing ring, when set at the infinity mark, also set the lens at the infinity end stop of the focussing mechanism.please let me know by email, text or phone whether you are able to help with this problem, and how best to proceed.dr john miller1 fowberry moor farm cottageswooler


i dropped my pentax super-multi-coated macro-takumar 100mm lens, which now I can no longer change the aperture or zoom out the lens.


i dropped my nikon d300 along with my tamron lens. can you help ?


fungus in 16-35 lens x 135mm f2 and 50mm 1.4. can I please have an approximate quote please?


i have a panasonic lumix tz20 and I have spots on my photographs I think my sensor lens needs cleaning just want an estimate of cost and if I need to make an appointment. thanks


the lens barrel on my camera is stuck


dropped lens - now takes dark photos


sigma 50-500 1:4 6:3 apo hsmzoom barrel stuck at 50 mm it`s as though the lock switch is in place but it isn`tcould do with a lens clean as well


beginings of fungus growth on internal optic


hi there, i`ve got an auto chinon 55mm f1.4 with a loose aperture ring. the aperture operates normally up until around f8 at which point do to the ring being loose it will not close anymore. it can be seen that when the aperture is fully closed at f16, if pressure is applied to front of lens pushing it towards the camera body the aperture ring will operate properly. perhaps some fittings are loose inside? thanks for your time.