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  • less than 12 mths

    5 50.00%
  • 12-18 mths

    0 0%
  • 18-24 mths

    2 20.00%
  • 24-36 mths

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  • 36 and longer

    3 30.00%
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Thread: The first time you send your DSLR camera body for repair.

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    Default The first time you send your DSLR camera body for repair.

    Would like to know the reliablity of the DSLR camera bodies. Am curious when was the first time, DSLR owners sent their camera bodies for repair, which must not be due to accident such as mishandling etc. Thank You.

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    Default Re: The first time you send your DSLR camera body for repair.

    Quote Originally Posted by since63
    Would like to know the reliablity of the DSLR camera bodies. Am curious when was the first time, DSLR owners sent their camera bodies for repair, which must not be due to accident such as mishandling etc. Thank You.
    With in a week after I tested during the 1st week.

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    Default Re: The first time you send your DSLR camera body for repair.

    Quote Originally Posted by longkangman
    With in a week after I tested during the 1st week.
    Sorry to hear that. What happens?

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    Default Re: The first time you send your DSLR camera body for repair.

    I think u should ask who send his/her DSLR for cleaning. The reason is I dont think DSLR will die off in 1.5 yr time, my DSLR 300D already going to be 2 yr old and havnt go for repair yet. Y worry so much on life span of DSLR as long as u dont take continual shoot too often is ok lor. Just buy the model u can affort n enjoy.

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    Default Re: The first time you send your DSLR camera body for repair.

    I have used my Nikon F65 film for more than 4 yrs now. My Nikon 5700 was bought secondhand (6 mths old) and after another 1 year was still working fine. My D50 is fine after more than 8 mths. My lenses from F65 is still working well after all these years.

    Never had the need to go to NSC, except for the change in the recall of battery. I am sure that Nikon is solidly built.
    "Photography is an austere and blazing poetry of the real" -Ansel Adams

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