Overview of My Repair Service


1) Look through the left bar, see if your camera has a common problem and according price. Or Use the Search Bar, enter your camera model number or error message code (Eg. Canon XTi, Error 99, Error 30...).

2) Answer questions through a Contact Form.

3) Ship/Deliver your camera to me. Fill out the Packing slip and shipping label forms. Buy signature confirmation. This is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT.

4) I repair your camera.

5) Send payment after the repair is complete. You can make payment using Paypal, Debit/Credit card (processed by Paypal), Check or Money Order (if you choose to send along with the camera, 5% discount), Cash (if you come to pick it up, 5% discount), and Google Wallet (5% discount).

6) I return camera back to you. 5-Month-Warranty card included.

***Check out the "Resource/Tutorials" section for maintenace information!


For cases with unclear problems/causes, I can examine it for free (on my part, for fun since I like to diagnose). Not all cases can be examined for free though, extensive examination which requires total disassembly and/or partial repair may cost you! There is postage charge (about $12) to send it back if you choose not to repair.

Free examination is subject to my time availability and type of problem.

Turn-around time:

Some repair needs no replacement parts, which takes 5-8 days; but serious cases take more than one week since I have to order replacement parts. Also, please keep in mind the time of shipping. I use USPS Priority Mail, which takes 2-3 business days.

Express service:

If you need your camera fixed urgently, please let me know. Expedited repair to meet your deadline!


I specialize in Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras:

REBEL 300D, XT 350D, XTi 400D, XSi 450D, T1i 500D, ; EOS 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 5D Mrk II, 7D; Lens EF-S 17-85mm, 50mm f/1.4

NIKON D700, D200, D300, D40, D40x, D5000, D80, D90, D60

Repair or buy a new camera?

-           Repair saves the camera that you’ve loved and been familiar with.

-           Repair costs less than buying a new camera of the same quality.

-           Repair helps reduce electronics waste.

-           Repair it then sell it, if you’d like.

When camera breaks down, it means certain parts are not working right and this compromises the whole system. The basic idea is to fix them or replace them; situation decides.

It's more practical and economical to have your camera fixed if it has problems such as: lens error, stuck lens, cracked LCD screen, bent CF pins... any problems that you feel "minor" and "fixable."However, if it suffers serious breakdowns such as: water-damaged, terribly smashed... get a new camera instead. Consulting with professionals for their opinions and quotes is a good idea.

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Last updated 02/10/2014

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* From 2013, CRRS no longer services compact/point-and-shoot cameras. CRRS now fully specializes in professional DSLRs made by Canon and Nikon.

* Texting or emailing works best. I answer quickly. For email, use a CONTACT FORM !




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