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    If a photographer decides to send his/her camera to a service for some replacement and cleaning, what are the things that can be replaced and cleaned? I am asking in a example of Point and shoot cameras and prosumer cameras.
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    Default Re: camera parts replacement/cleaning.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pit01 View Post
    If a photographer decides to send his/her camera to a service for some replacement and cleaning, what are the things that can be replaced and cleaned? I am asking in a example of Point and shoot cameras and prosumer cameras.
    Everything can be replaced and cleaned.

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    even the owner?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dingaroo View Post
    even the owner?
    of coz can, sell your gears away HAHAH !
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    Quote Originally Posted by dingaroo View Post
    even the owner?
    Bro, on some days I wish I can be replaced or cleaned as well..

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    Default Re: camera parts replacement/cleaning.

    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Bro, on some days I wish I can be replaced or cleaned as well..
    Hey, just saw a refurbished davedevil123 on ebay for sale, starting bid S$0.01! Just ribbing ya bro!

    The one thing I'm thinking of replacing would be the exterior parts of a used lens (well worn)...but I'm wondering if that's worth the $$ or while...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Hey, just saw a refurbished davedevil123 on ebay for sale, starting bid S$0.01! Just ribbing ya bro!

    The one thing I'm thinking of replacing would be the exterior parts of a used lens (well worn)...but I'm wondering if that's worth the $$ or while...
    If the lens work ok, there is not much point to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    If the lens work ok, there is not much point to it.
    I know, thanks for the sound advice... The reason being, I just want to give a new lease of life to it (like the feeling of being all-new again), otherwise I might just continue to "abuse" it since it's already looking abused...
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    Actually, an old and abused looking lens that works well is better. No one will be tempted to steal it.

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    Default Re: camera parts replacement/cleaning.

    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Actually, an old and abused looking lens that works well is better. No one will be tempted to steal it.
    Hmmm.... good point!

    I shall now go abuse my DSLR and new lens...
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