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"We originally went in to get the screen repaired on an Olympus digital camera we have had for several years, but the salesperson said for what it would cost us to" repair the Olympus, we could just about get a new camera. He suggested a Nikon Coolpix L840 that had a $100 rebate (we also got a Promaster Elite
bag and an 8Gb video card). Once we got home and tried it out, the camera would not work; a "screen error" message kept appearing. We called the store and another salesperson offered to switch it for a new L840 if it was defective. The next day we went back to the store and asked about replacing the L840 with a different camera instead. We decided on the Nikon Coolpix P610 that had a greater zoom (60X), a superior screen, and the ability to go fully manual. After exchanging for a larger
bag and getting a $50 rebate for the P610, we ended up paying a total of $559.41 over both days. It was worth it because of the better, newer features of the P610 over the old Olympus. The P610 works well and we are satisfied.


"Fantastic. When we dropped off camera,
did some quick diagnostics. He explained problems and potential problems. Also gave us an estimated" cost and time to repair. Cost was exactly as the estimate and camera was ready in less than a week.


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Camera Repair reviews in Oklahoma City


Expected camera to work as new, but it is not as responsive.
Did they use non-manufacturer parts?
They sure contacted me to follow up to get my business, but once they got it have I heard from them?
I'll look to someone else in the future.
- Robert B.

They are going to take a photo of it with an overhead scanner and make 10 copies for me in the 11x17 format. They are very knowledgeable and informative and provide you with detailed information. I was so happy to have found such informed people and who have been a pleasure to do business with. There are several people I would like to knowledge...
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. They have been so kind and went out of their way to take the time to explain all of my questions. I am very appreciative of their service. I also took the picture in last Thursday 04/02-2015 and it was ready by Monday 04/06/-15. I would absolutely use them in the future and highly recommend their services to others. I also want to mention that they gave me a CD with my pictures for future copy's and also they're prices are extremely reasonable.

I was in a car accident on June 19, 2014. My camera was in the car with me. After the accident it was taken to
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with the complaint that the focus would not lock in. It was picked up and I assumed repaired. Since I was injured in the accident, I did not go out and test the camera. It was 6 months before I felt able to go out and do something. I went to use my camera and the focus would not lock in. Since my insurance company paid to repair my camera, I called them. They told me to take it back to
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. When I spoke to
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, he told me that they didn't repair it. They cleaned it. He said that they couldn't find anything wrong with it. It was not broken, didn't have a cracked housing. Even though it was clearly stated that the focus would not lock in. He said that now they found a broken sensor and it would be 189.50 to repair it. I called the insurance company and they asked to have something faxed in to them saying this was related to the accident.
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refused to do that. I had not brought the camera back in a timely manner. There was no evidence of damage. I called the insurance company back and told them what he said. They said they get that all the time and to not worry about it. They would talk to him, He didn't not have to say it was caused by the accident, all he had to say was that the damage could have been caused by an impact.
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would not do that. He stated that sensors go bad all the time and that the original repair was back in September. I had not brought the camera back, so there was absolutely no way that the accident could have caused it. That I was not able to bring it back because of being injured, didn't count. That I assumed that it had been repaired and didn't worry about a camera because I was dealing with doctors, therapy, and pain meds didn't count. I should have run right out and tested it. That the problem with the camera was documented in HIS records when it was brought in and that it still had the same problem didn't matter. In his opinion, there is absolutely NO WAY that a camera sustaining impact can be damaged without having a broken, cracked body. I would NOT recommend this place to anyone.
- Michele J.

They were the fair price in the Chicagoland area and their customer service was the best!. They showed up on time and finished the job as scheduled. One of the installers was an
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Veteran and there technical knowledge helped get this job done right. Thanks BRT
- George R.

I would use
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in the future mainly because of how honest he was when I dealt with him. He could have easily just taken my repair but he offered many options up front so I could make a decision. You do not come across this much anymore.
- Tina F.

Listened to my questions. Provided clear, excellent answers and recommendations. Sold me the items I needed at a good price.
- Donald C. N.

I have no complaints with
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. They were extremely professional, wrapped my camera body very well and did the repair quite well. The problem was the cost - $330.00 to attach a mirror to a camera body that cost $3000.00. It seems to me, that the manufacturer should have covered some of the cost, if not all of it.
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could not do the work themselves. They told me that it had to be sent back to the manufacturer, or some distributor elsewhere. The repair took about two or three weeks before the camera was returned. My only suggestion might be that for all of the camera enthusiasts out there, that unless you are truly a professional photographer (and successful at it), I would by lower end cameras since the technology is changing so rapidly, and instead of spending $330 for a repair, just buy the latest camera body that uses your existing lenses.
- Roger S.

Up front, it pains me to give anything less than straight A's to this business, because they really are a unique resource in Atlanta for repair of old film cameras, and have been a beloved member of the community for decades. However, I need to write this so that people know not to use them for film-to-video transfers.
I had a fairly large amount of Super 8mm film that I wanted to transfer to video/DVD. I knew that camera shops often perform this service, and Camera Doctor did indeed offer the service. So I had them do one large reel as a test.
There were a number of problems with the resulting video transfer:
- Their process uses an old machine to project the film and record onto videotape. Yes, VIDEOTAPE. They then convert that to DVD. The resulting quality is pretty bad. Modern shops use a "direct imaging" process to go from the film direct to digital image.
- The resulting DVD had their business name and promotional graphics covering the disc, with little space left to add my own labeling. Note that you can't stick labels onto DVDs. Other shops leave a LOT more whitespace.
- It was fairly expensive. For that price, I expect good results.
Now, they were very convenient to me (I live in the neighborhood) and so this was a good test for me. I learned what questions I needed to ask other shops that I evaluated, and I did find another shop that did an excellent job.
So, again, Camera Doctor is great for camera repair, their core business, but take your film transfer jobs elsewhere.

- Chris C.

Camera Repair Shops in Oklahoma City

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7701 E County Road 100 N

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5801 N MAY AVE
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6421 SW 3RD ST
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1409 W I 240 Service Rd
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2700 S Service Rd

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