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  1. #31

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    He mentioned a 30 day warranty period for his work when I picked up the phone. Which surprised me as I had assumed that inexpensive repairs would not come with any kind of warranty.

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  2. #32

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    Yeah, he also mentioned the warranty period for me, which is why I intend him to take a look, maybe this afternoon. Hopefully it won't be too difficult to fix and he can get it right soon.


  3. #33

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    So...I got the lens finally repaired and now fully working. The focusing motor got damaged too, apparently, making it a final cost of aroudn 900HKD. Definitely not cheap. But that's my case. Maybe it would have been pricier on an official Nikon retail shop...next time I'll take a look.


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    Raymond still operating March 2015. He replaced my digital Leica LCD screen. $HK400. Better than a quarter the price than in Australia. And done on an hour. Very happy customer!


  5. #35

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    He fixed the LCD screen of a Lumix camera for a friend also a couple of weeks ago, she's very happy with the result. My fixed lens from last year (a Nikkor zoom 18-200mm...it's a complex lens) has so far given me zero problems, and working as new. Focuses real quick and easily on any pointed object (as otherwise expected, anyway). So there's that.

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  6. #36

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    I tried Raymond today. The phone No. is 9495 4694. Address is in Rm 2209 Pak Po Lee Com Ctr, 1A Sai Yeung Choi St. South, Mongkok.

    I managed to snap my 18-105 off my d5000...he fixed it for $300 in an hour...well we went and watched the new Terminator while we waited...30 day warranty.

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    I lost my head viewfinder goggle few mos. Ago and i cant find that can fits to my olympus e520 where can i buy that thing? Thanks


  8. #38

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    Does anyone know if Raymond repairs cameras that have been physically damaged?

    I'm coming back to Hong Kong in a couple of weeks and have a couple of quite decent DSLRs that were "dropped" (both still power on) rather than just suddenly stopped working. Currently they are sat in a drawer gathering dust as it's just not viable to get them fixed here in the UK.


  9. #39

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    I'm pretty sure you can give it a shot. The zoom he fixed for me was messed up by seawater filtering into it, blocking all the focusing mechanism. I'm pretty sure he can fix/replace the damaged parts of your camera. He might not, but it's very much worth the try.


  10. #40

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    Quote Originally Posted by lenhel
    I lost my head viewfinder goggle few mos. Ago and i cant find that can fits to my olympus e520 where can i buy that thing? Thanks
    Late reply I see...just in case:
    JJC EO 1 Eyepiece Eye Cup FOR OLYMPUS E3 E30 E400 E410 E420 E450 E500 E510 E520 E620 E300 E330 Camera replaces Olympus EP 7-in Photo Studio Accessories from Consumer Electronics on Aliexpress.com | Alibaba Group

    The shipping costs make it pricey, so maybe you can find it cheaper in some camera shop. Still a cheap piece to buy.

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