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#1 Andrew Means

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Posted 30 September 2006 - 06:45 PM

Japan was awesome. I shot tons of film, I'm really excited to get it all up online and edited. The last day, however, I was shooting some stuff at night, and a little plastic part of my strap that was holding my tripod and camera snapped and the R10 took the brunt of the fall to the sidewalk. I didn't notice anything was wrong until I set up the next shot and noticed everything was fuzzy. My lens had been bumped to the side a bit. It was a little stiff at parts of the zoom, but the focus was working fine.

So I need to get it repaired- does anyone know of a good place in Seattle that could fix it? I know of Camera Techs, are they good? Overpriced? Thorough? Anybody else?
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