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Camera Repair in Long Island, NY
1.Olympus America Inc
400 Rabro Dr5.18 mi Hauppauge, NY Photographic Equipment-Repair
Lens stuck in out position and could not take or print photos. Had a deadline to meet to e mail photos on the chip. They downloaded photos onto a CD at N/C for me and then fixed the lens right then at N/C. The whole thing took 20 minutes.
2800 Middle Country Rd5.10 mi Lake Grove, NY Photographic Equipment-Repair
3.Atlantic Camera Sales & Repair
10 Roderick Rd9.54 mi West Islip, NY Photographic Equipment-Repair
Did business with Konnie Lang at Atlantic Camera Repair back in the 1980's. Great service. Great guy. Randy Belz
4.CAMTECH ARC INC
179 Express Street16.11 mi Plainview, NY Photographic Equipment-Repair
Who we are...Camtech ARC has been in operation since year 1990 repairing Nikon Cameras to their factory specifications using Nikon’s genuine parts by skilled technicians in a state-of-the-art facility equipped with Nikon testing apparatuses and tools. It is an honor and a privilege to be of service to you at this juncture in time as an integral component to the renowned “Nikon Experience”, recognized in the industry as being ingrained in its commitment for excellence in customers’ ownership satisfaction. What we do... Camtech ARC Repair restores your Nikon products to factory standards with genuine Nikon parts. Our self-service repair site makes it easy to manage the entire process, from getting a cost estimate and shipping your product to us until it’s safely back in your hands.
5.Island Camera Repair Inc
228 Route 10914.70 mi Farmingdale, NY Photographic Equipment-RepairPhotographic Equipment & Supplies
476 Broadway Mall18.62 mi Hicksville, NY Photographic Equipment-RepairPhotographic Equipment & Supplies
7.Berger Bros Camera Video Digital
226 Jericho Tpke18.45 mi Syosset, NY Photographic Equipment-RepairPhotographic Equipment & Supplies
We are a family-owned and operated shop that has been around for over 63 years. We offer camera sales, repairs, rentals and so much more. Whether you walk into our store in need of camera help, or you have scheduled a one-on-one consultation with one of our staff, you will get the same high level of customer service. Not only do we offer the best quality brands of cameras and accessories, we also have private lessons or group photography classes to further hone in your skills. If you need to take indoor portraits for work or for play, we also have a studio available for rental. Berger Bros. Camera is truly your one-stop shop for all things photography and videography. All of our staff members have stood in your shoes and has transitioned from enthusiast to rookie to expert, and we would love to guide you in your journey. Two FREE Photography Classes with the Purchase of Most Cameras If you have made the transition to use fully digital cameras, or still love the grainy effects of film, we have something to suit your tastes. From dark room supplies to media card recovery, we have it all! Even more, we are an authorized dealer for some of the top brand names in the industry. We have the expertise and knowledge to help you choose the camera that will best meet your needs!
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