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Are camera repairs Exeter for water damage costly?

Each water damaged digital camera must be looked at on a case by case basis before an estimate for camera repair Exeter can be provided.

Any number of camera parts can have become broken and the longer you delay a camera repair, the more likely that corrosion from residual contaminants will a camera repair service not possible.

Clients tend to enquire about camera repairs for water damage when it is a high end DSLR or if the camera has high sentimental value.

How long will camera repairs Exeter for water damage take?

Most camera repairs for Exeter have quick turnaround times but water damaged cameras will always take longer to repair due to the amount of work required and complexity in repairing water damage.

The camera lens is cloudy from humidity?

Storing the camera lens in an airtight container with silica gel can help clean up left over moisture but mould growth in the future is always a possibility.

As such camera sensor cleaning for Exeter customers at the repair centre is always recommended.

Are water damaged camera repairs Exeter 100% successful?

Although the staff try their best, camera repair Exeter for water damage is not always successful.

The age of the camera and the type of the water damage are all deciding factors. The staff always provide a honest assessment of the work required and advice if a repair is cost prohibitive.

Camera Water Damage Repairs Exeter

Camera water damage repair Exeter at the modern repair centre using compatible spare parts and specialist repair techniques.

Water damaged cameras are tricky to repair due to the short circuiting of electrical components alongside ongoing corrosion from residual contaminants such as pesticides, debris, oil and salt.

Extensive parts replacement alongside thorough disassembly and cleaning of the digital camera is needed for camera water damage repair Exeter.

Providing an excellent customer experience is very important to the team as shown by the recent testimonials sent by customers in the UK.

To book a camera water damage repair for Exeter, simply call the dedicated repair centre or use the online form provided on this website for a quick response back during working hours.

Camera water damage repair Exeter

Camera Water Damage Repair Service Exeter

As cameras become increasingly more sophisticated the number of features improves alongside the importance of electrical components.

These components are quite sensitive to environmental conditions and are designed for temperate climates.

However many of us are now visiting tropical rainforests, wetlands or beaches to take fantastic photos. These wet and humid environments can create issues with your digital camera however.

For practical advice and assistance regarding camera water damage repairs Exeter, My Cam Mend can help with a swift digital camera repair service.

The first steps to take when your camera is water damaged, is to promptly remove the battery and memory camera.

This will prevent further short circuiting of camera parts and data loss. The camera should than be stored in a bag of rice or with silica gel packets.

Depending on the type, manufacturer and model, the experienced technicians offer water damage repairs for digital cameras, DSLR and camera lenses.

Although water damage camera repairs for Exeter are not always successful, the team have experience in fixing digital cameras from Olympus, Pentax, Samsung, Sony, Canon and Nikon to name but a few examples to a working condition again.

A camera can suffer water damage from a range of sources including condensation, soft drinks, wine, beer, rainwater, mud and seawater to name but a few examples.

The damage to a camera can be catastrophic with common symptoms being:

• Error messages
• Batteries quickly draining
• Not turning on
• No playback
• Foggy lens
• Blank viewfinder
• Auto focus issues

Many other defects with digital cameras resulting from water damage can be repaired at the dedicated repair centre. For extra convenience, a collection and delivery is included as well.

For camera water damage repairs Exeter, simple contact the team with the enquiry form or give the team a ring with the number provided.

Recent Enquires

the buttons/dials don`t work, if I go to change the settings it will take me into menu and then it goes nuts. this is suspected water damage after being caught in the rain minutes before this happened.


waterproof camera was submerged in the sea without being closed securely.does not turn on, it was left in silica gel packets for a couple of days.


i have a sony cyber-shot dsc-hx90v. it had some water damage last week. it is had some water damage last week and does not always turn on.


it had been soaked into sea water for a while, not working now. battery and memory card had been removed from camera.


canon eos 1200dthis was damaged by water splashing causing shorting out. retail price to replace is around 300. can you please advise whether repair is likely to be cost effective?


lens and camera fell into water. took two minutes to retrieve. camera body (canon 5d iii) dried and working but water spots on inside lenses, body not working.


got splashed by a little wave, I wiped all the droplets of water off straight away with a microfibre towel. the camera still worked fine so I carried on shooting. when I got back to my car it didn`t turn on.


does not turn on. it was in a bag which had a water bottle in that leaked but continued to work for a while after that. may need a new battery but don`t want to buy one for it not to work and it being a much worse problem


my waterbottle split in my bag pretty much submerging my gh4, there is still power when a battery is inserted due to the viewfinder lighting up but it`s practically bricked


hello, I have a sony a7 sii today it fell down in the water. I immediately took it out and put in the rice. now it doesn`t turn on.


dropped my olympus trip 35 in muddy water. have cleaned the outside but need the inside cleaning and checked over. I can drop it off to you if you let me know where.


hi, I got a nikon z6 with seawater damage with the 24-70 f4 s. I have cleaned it up the best I can without taking it apart but it isnt powering on and it has salt dried around some of the conectors still and in the card slot. and the lens has salt dried throughout it on the elements. but everything seems to move correctly and all the switchs on both seem fine. I know you can not give a quote very eailsy from this without seeing the camera, but do you know of a ballpark figure of what it might cost to get this fixed, if this is something you can even work on that is. many thanks, bodhi