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Can insurance reports be provided for camera repair Exeter?

Insurance quotations are available upon request for camera repair Exeter and there is a charge for this service which is deducted from the total repair cost if the quote is agreed upon.

How much will camera repairs Exeter cost?

Repair costs are determined by the brand model, and the issue that needs to be resolved. This determines the supply of spare components and the complexity of the repair being provided.

The specialists in camera repairs Exeter will always give you with a clear breakdown of costs, so that you can make an informed decision before proceeding.

How often should I organise camera servicing Exeter?

There isn't an answer which suits all scenarios as servicing intervals will depend on how frequently the camera is used and the environment it is exposed to.

However My Cam Mend advises a camera servicing Exeter, when you're going on holiday or any job or event, as you want to make sure that you have concise images when it is important.

Is camera repair Exeter economical or should I purchase a replacement?

In the vast majority of cases a camera repair for Exeter customers is much cheaper than buying a replacement model but it is subject to availability of spare parts and its age.

If you have purchased multiple accessories, a repair will often make sense, especially if their is compatibility issues. On the other hand a cheap point and shoot camera purchased during a sale might not be reasonable to repair.

Camera Repairs Exeter

At My Cam Mend we know that a faulty digital camera needs to be repaired by a professional technician, and that customers need to know their photography equipment is in safe hands.

The personnel provide camera repairs for Exeter which cover individuals and trade services. You can anticipate exceptional customer service, helpful advice and cost-effective repair service. Some of the camera makes repaired to an excellent standard again are Canon, Fujifilm, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic Lumix, Pentax, Samsung and Sony.

Most models including Canon EOS, PowerShot, IXUS, Nikon D, Coolpix, Sony Alpha, Cyber-shot, Olympus PEN, Stylus and Pentax K are worth repairing. It doesn't matter if the model is a compact for daily use or a professional DSLR, the repair centre will aim to provide camera repairs for Exeter when it is possible.

Camera repair Exeter

Camera Servicing Exeter

Unfortunately, local camera repair shops are now rare, and many customers struggle to find suppliers of high quality camera repairs in Exeter. If your camera has a detachable lens, it will need servicing as dust and dirt will gather on the sensor and ruin image quality.

My Cam Mend aims to offer a helpful approach towards camera servicing Exeter, with the staff providing quick turnarounds at an affordable cost. The knowledgeable technicians have the equipment and replacement parts to keep your photography equipment in top working order.

A camera repair for Exeter covers most faults including:

• Error messages such as ERR 99
• Lens stuck, won't retract
• LCD bleed
• Not turning on
• Shutter button not working
• Not autofocusing

If your camera has a fault and it isn't listed, don't worry. The specialists provide a diagnostic service and will always do their best to help. if a repair is not advisable, you will be advised.

In addition to repairs, camera servicing for Exeter can also be provided. These services include sensor cleaning for models with user-detachable lenses and focus calibration, which is also recognised as Autofocus Microadjustment (AFMA).

The experienced technicians work from a specialist service centre, and are able to undertake camera repairs for Exeter, as a courier service is provided. For extra convenience collection and delivery can be arranged from any UK mainland address, at a time that is suitable for you.

Speak to a member of the helpful team today - just use the online form, or give them a call during opening hours. The staff will be delighted to answer any questions that you may have about camera servicing Exeter.

Recent Enquires

our camera is showing err cf we have bought a new cf card but still showing err cf can you help please


also some issue focusing


the scroll wheel seems to be misaligned e.g. when I press the left button it is as if ive pressed the bottom button. when I press the top button it is as if ive pressed the middle button etc.


my canon camera model eos-m with 18-55 mm zoom lens was accidentally dropped to solid ground from a height of about 4 feet. after dropping, I press the on/off switch, there is a very very dim light shone on the lcd display but almost it cannot be seen. however there is no display. also there are no response when pressing the shutter button. I am not sure if the glass elements inside the zoom lens is cracked or not.i would like to know the following:1) can it be repaired?2) what is the repairing cost if it can be repaired?3) is there a repairing station in milton keynes. if there is, please give me the address.4) if it is no to the question 3, do I need to pay the postage charges to send it to your appointed station?5)do I need to pay the examination charges when you find out that it is not repairable?6) is there any additional charges if it is for insurance claim?


zoom button on the camera isnt working think something is stuck under it


i keep getting error err 01 from my canon ef 24 102mm lens used on a canon 450d camera. I have cleaned the contacts as instructed with the error message but this makes no difference. I do not get this error with any of my other lenses.please can you give me an estimate for repairing the above lens.


when I press power the lenses open closes and open again and then the display asks me to turn off an on the power again. when I do it it repeats it again and again. I am not able to take any photos.


my son knocked it on the floor and damaged the lense. it wont focus now or zoom back in properly.


i use a sony alpha a57 slt digital camera with my sigma telephoto lens.the lens has developed a fault whereby it makes a grinding noise when the camera is switched on and the lens goes through its af startup routine. it makes this noise when the focus ring reaches the infinity marker. it also looks like the autofocus performance is affected as the lens struggles to lock on focus at times.can you provide some idea of repair cost to lens based on the information givenplease email response.thank yousean.


tamron lens 10 years years the af is mechanically working fine but the camera end elements are tilted almost as though its been dropped not to my knowledge. out of focus pictures. pics okay with my other lenses


i have an olympus m15 and recently just started taking one image and will not take another until switched off and on again


lens has internal fungus.