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RRRoger

Monterey Bay, US
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"RE: Impact Damage"

RRRoger Silver Member Fellow Ribbon awarded for his long history of demonstrated excellence and helping other members with equipment, technique and DSLR video in the true Nikonians spirit. Charter Member
Sat 17-Nov-12 03:36 AM

I've had two bad experiences with "impact damage".
First was 10 years ago when I sent my camera to El Segundo for a "free" cleaning.
Dust on the outside does not impact the camera.
At that time there were many others of us that were asked to pay
so I think it was a management scam.
I had to resend the camera to Melville because they messed up all the adjustments in California.
It came back from New York better than new (no charge).

Second is when I sent my 70-200 in for adjustment.
There was so much impact from shipping that the filter and end element were broken.
When I put in a claim against the insurance I paid extra for,
USPS said the camera was sent for repair therefore it must have been broken before hand and refused payment.
I would never send anybody broken glass (even if I hated them).

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