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    Quote Originally Posted by monosnaps View Post
    Alan used to work out of DML, does he stll do the Hasselblad work there, I know he has to give DML customers preference.. Repairs can be expensive and film cameras are so cheap now make sure the repair is economical.
    I've no idea if they have on-site repairs anymore and dont know about the preference thing. He serviced a few of my bits and pieces before, timescales and prices were ok, not fast and not cheap but ok. Sadly few are doing repairs here that actually know what they are doing.

    For sentimental cameras like Sile's Olympus I would go for repair over replacement, but not at any price mind!

    Good luck Sile.

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    Alan fixed my Mamiya 7 among others and I recommend him, but it can take time due to sheer numbers of repairs he has to do.

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    Alan will fix almost any film camera, I'm pretty sure of that. He serviced and cleaned up an old RB67 for me a few years back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fintan View Post
    Sile you might like to give this guy a call;

    Alan McDonnell
    Camera Repair Centre
    147 Harmonstown Road,
    Artane,
    Dublin 5.
    Ph: 087-1350345

    Anyone have another number for this guy?, the number above does not seem to be available anymore? Have also tried his email 'alan147@eircom.net', hopefully he reply's....

    Unfortunately the Bronica is no more, it didnt survive the splash, shutter not firing....

    Have a mint Rolleiflex 2.8f which I would like to get serviced before i start using so if you have any other number for Alan let me know...

    Cheers
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    Martin I'm sorry to hear it didn't survive ...I guess we were lucky that you did, and it was just the camera that suffered, it was a pretty spectacular splash

    I had tried Alan myself a few times but kept getting the message that the call couldn't be connected, I hadn't gotten round to emailing him yet, so if you do hear something back let me know and I'll send him off one myself. Thanks.

    It looks like I'll just have to go play with the Hassie for a while instead
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    If you saw a man drowning and you could either save him or photograph the event...what kind of film would you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Síle View Post
    It looks like I'll just have to go play with the Hassie for a while instead
    if you like so I can give you my old pentax kit and I'll take care of the Hass

    @Martin: sorry about the Zenza...

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    Quote Originally Posted by martinhughesireland View Post
    Anyone have another number for this guy?, the number above does not seem to be available anymore? Have also tried his email 'alan147@eircom.net', hopefully he reply's....
    Try Declan 01-4781638 who works for Alan and can arrange the repair.

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    How kind and thoughtful of you Gizzo... but I'll struggle on
    It's a tough job.. but somebody's gotta do it..
    Síle

    If you saw a man drowning and you could either save him or photograph the event...what kind of film would you use?

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    Just make sure you don't forget to carry the screw driver with you Sile
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    screw driver???
    is this a special model of Hassy???



 

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