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I am in need of some basic cleaning supplies for my lenses and camera. and I dont even know where to begin looking for some camera shops. I'm in the boro. any ideas? what places are good and what places should i steer away from. also i'm looking to get my auto focus fixed on the camera. didn't know if anyone had any suggestions. thanks. :thumbup:
 

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duncan said:
yellow pages?
yeah i dont have a phone book anymore for some reason... i think the mexis stole it at my apt.
 

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Dury's in Nashville, (or it could be Drury's, I can't remember). They are older, and a good company.
 

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Dury's is local and prob. could fix your camera. But they are expensive and so is Wolf Camera. If you are needing to buy anything I would do it online. Fixing the camera you will prob. have to go local.
 

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Defcon86NWH said:
Dury's is local and prob. could fix your camera. But they are expensive and so is Wolf Camera. If you are needing to buy anything I would do it online. Fixing the camera you will prob. have to go local.
yeah the guy i got the camera from said that it would cost like 300+ bucks through wolf camera in leb. cause they dont fix it they send it off to canon and takes like 3 months yada yada.

so my next question. i have been told that all the auto focus needs is some kind of spring... cause it functions (moves the lense) it just wont focus. any feel up to the task?

the camera actually works great and i love it. well the manual focus does. but its just time consuming if i wanna just snap pics and moving objects are hard to manually focus so i have come to realize. :thumbdown:
 

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its cool thanks for all the insight... i realized that my 55mm lense is good for distance stuff that i dont really wanna zoom in on. in other words i use it for "point and shoot"
 
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