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    HELP: Camera repair

    Hi, I have a Sony T77.

    The other day it bared the full brunt of collateral damage. At first when I tried turning it on, it wouldn't turn on. Initially, I thought it was because the batteries weren't charged but when I charged the batteries and put it in it wouldn't turn on.

    I'm thinking when it hit the floor, it must've shaken up something inside.

    SO, in short I'm looking for a camera repairer. I live in the eastside of Melbourne and I can travel into the city.

    How much do you think I should pay?

    Thank you SO MUCH for your help.

    x k.

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    There are many camera stores that can do repairs, but maybe check Sony Australia for the authorised agent. By the way, you have been a member for nearly 12 months but only 3 posts. Please join in more and participate if you want advice from members. In the end they will get sick of handing out advice, but not getting anything back.
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    Well, as of yet I haven't had any queries and I'm not much help to many others because I haven't a DSLR, and I'm fairly new to photography. I'm on the look out for a DSLR though. I was gunna post a thread on that but now I guess people might be sick of me asking for advice.

    Sorry for the lack of contribution - Will try to though. Thanks for the heads up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katherinet View Post
    Well, as of yet I haven't had any queries and I'm not much help to many others because I haven't a DSLR, and I'm fairly new to photography. I'm on the look out for a DSLR though. I was gunna post a thread on that but now I guess people might be sick of me asking for advice.

    Sorry for the lack of contribution - Will try to though. Thanks for the heads up.
    You do not need a DSLR to take good photos, contribute and learn. There is much more the a photo than what camera you use. You can learn about composition, processing, light, camera features, using a point and shoot. If you do that, you will make the move to a DSLR much easier, cause you will understand so much before you move up.

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    I had good service from Camera Clinic in Collingwood, and very prompt so happy to recommend

    http://www.cameraclinic.com.au/

    John R

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    @Boo53: Thanks, I'll check them out tomorrow (:

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