Broken Camera, can it be repaired?

during new years celebration my father explained me the mastaerbetin. i played rugby with my camera. it is a broken now must fix. uncle's camera not mine. help fix brokencmera.


The trolls are out again! And more moronic than ever!


Have you always been a moron or are you still in training?


You owe your uncle a new camera - you're also an idiot.

John P

Almost all modern cameras, except the very large expensive ones, cannot be repaired at a price less than replacing them with new cameras.


U caveman no can fix


First, can the camera even be repaired. ? Answer- Can't say since you haven't provided a make or model. Second, how much will it cost? Answer - Can't say since you have not provided any information as to what's broken. What is the camera not doing? Did something crack. What exactly is wrong with the camera? Most modern digital cameras can be repaired. Costs can range from $80 for a very minor exterior issue, to $500 for issues pertaining to the sensor or the shutter mechanism. The best thing for you to do is take the camera to a proper camera shop. They will be able to assess the damage to the camera and see if it can be fixed on the spot, or if it needs to go to the shop. Once they assess the damage, they will be able to give you a better idea of the price range that it'll cost to fix the camera. Some camera manufacturers charge a flat fee to repair their cameras regardless of what's wrong with it. You don't have to take the camera to an authorized service center, but it's usually the best thing to do. If the camera cannot be repaired due to parts no longer being available, then your only course of action is to take or mail the camera to an independent repair shop.


Anything can be repaired. Question is "How much will it cost and it it worth it?".


Camera yes. You - no.


Start a GoFundMe campaign.


Camera repair costs $100 to $200 per hour, usually with a 15 or 30 minute minimum. Can you afford that, and is the camera worth enough that repair would cost significantly less than replacing it?