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    Camera repair centres in Toronto

    Can anyone give a list of good camera repair centres in Toronto that you have had personal experiences with and would recommend. I have an Olympus OM-1n that needs an overhaul, light seals changed and prism foam removed and would like a few options to choose from.

    I have already heard of Camtech Photo in Hamilton as a recommendation as well as the idea of shipping to Camtech down in the US which frankly I am apprehensive about.

    What about Sun Camera Services? They happen to be down the way from where I live. Any other suggestions or recommendations?

    Thanks for reading and replying to this newbie, your help is appreciated.

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    I have heard only good things about Camtech Hamilton. I will likely use them in the future.
    I did ship my OM2 to John at Camtech in the US. He did a great job and is considered "the" expert.

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    I'm from Hamilton and I've been to Camtech, they certainly have a good reputation and speaking to them they seem to know what they are talking about. Typically, though I go to Nortown Photo Service in Burlington (http://www.nortownphoto.com/). Tony does good work and he's straight up with me. I think that he mentioned that he does all of the camera work for the TO police (maybe don't quote me on that, it was a long time ago). Although tomorrow, I'm going to check out Sun Camera Service in Concord (http://suncameraservice.ca/), Tony couldn't service an electronic issues with my flash an Sun is the Pentax Canada repair centre. On their website the say they work on a lot of film bodies. I hope that gives you some options.



 

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