Camera repairs?

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Subject: Camera repairs?
From: Tom Tarrant <>
Date: Wed, 8 Dec 2010 12:21:06 +1000
Last weekend my DSLR camera (Canon EOS 7D &100-400mm zoom) and I had an
underwater encounter at Michaelmas Cay (the moron responsible (guess-who?)
fell off the back of the 'rubber-ducky'[?]) and it has been non-functional

As expected my household insurance policy does not cover 'unspecified'

I know most readers of this list are far too clever and sensible than to
allow something similar to happen to them but surely there's someone out
there that can empathize and can give me advice on repairing or replacing
it. The equipment is usually in constant-use.

I will be putting some stills & video of the trip online soon, fortunately
retrieved from my memory-card.

All advice gratefully received (...except non-constructive comments about
not taking a camera onto the 'barrier-reef' in the first-place[?])


Tom Tarrant
Kobble Creek,

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