My Sony camera arrived back from the Sony repair center in Laredo today.Ã‚Â I have only good things to say.
Just as a reminder, my camera starting acting strangely and it turned out to be a failed sensor.Ã‚Â I thought for sure I was in for either an expensive repair job--the camera was bought years ago--or I was going to need to purchase a brand new camera.
I rather liked the idea of purchasing a new camera, but not the expense that goes along with that eventuality.
My camera arrived back at the house today and I am pleased with the service.
Yesterday I was notified by email that the Sony repair shop in Laredo Texas had my camera.Ã‚Â I got on line and entered the work order number in the Sony site and it indicated that my camera was with a repair technician and the repair could take between 5 and 10 days.Ã‚Â
Today I got a second message indicating that my camera was shipping back to me.Ã‚Â This is either great news--they fixed it fast, or it is terrible news--they didn't fix it at all.
Unfortunately the message does not indicate WHAT the resolution to my CCD issue was.Ã‚Â It would be simple enough for them to drop me a quick email letting me know if the news is good or bad.Ã‚Â
My Sony digital camera went on the blink today. I had a Kodak that did the same thing a number of years ago. I sighed and resigned myself to the fact it was time for a new digital camera. I have a fair number of accessories for this camera, so it had me pretty bummed out.
This camera has been a real workhorse for me. I've taken well over 5000 pictures with it. It has great optics. It has been a pretty steady friend.