We Professionally Repair Canon Cameras

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Camera Repair

Since its foundation, Canon has always been an optics-focused company, making it possible for them to grow and excel in their field. Today, they have branched out to other imaging products like scanners and video camcorders, as well as business solution offerings like printers, and calculators. Despite this, the Canon brand remains to be synonymous with digital cameras, which is why there is no shortage of Canon camera repair shops in Sydney. Not too bad for a brand that started out by copying the Leica design and mounting it with a Nikon lens.

  • Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
  • Canon EOS 1DX Mark III
  • Canon EOS R6
  • Canon EOS M50 Single Digital Camera
  • Canon EOS 90D
  • Canon PowerShot G9
  • Canon PowerShot G5X

Common Problems and Fixes

If Canon remains your camera of choice and find yourself with a Canon camera battery not holding charge, you shouldn’t blame yourself. Cameras break down all the time, and realising your Canon’s mirror box broken (faulty or not working at all), is something we at CameraFIX can handle for you easily. Whether it’s a vintage Canon film camera with a damaged hood, or a Canon lens that needs calibrating for focus, bring it to CameraFIX and we’ll do the rest.

  • Camera not focusing
  • Joystick is broken
  • Error err 01 message
  • Buttons not working
  • Error err 20 message shutter
  • Camera and lens calibration
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We Fix All Canon Cameras

Whether you have a Canon EOS 1DX Mark II you use for your profession or a Canon PowerShot G5 X with a faulty screen, we specialise in all sorts of Canon camera repair needs you might have. Note that Canon EF lenses need to be calibrated from time to time, or else your Canon wouldn’t capture the crispness you see from the viewfinder. Older Canon film cameras like the Canon AV-1 or older version of Canon PowerShots are also accepted.

Why Shoot With A Canon?

With Canon, you are shooting with a community of amateur and professional photographers that swear by the brand. They’re ready to vouch for its dependability, with stories of getting their shutter broken while doing a test shot or finding their aperture faulty in the middle of a shoot.

These communities share industry tricks, like knowing how to fix minor damages, to recommending a Canon camera repair centre like CameraFIX to take care of internal problems.

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Calibration is Key to your Photojourney

Take it from the professionals: Canon is a dependable brand that can get you from entry level to professional in no time. But with any brand you will need to take care of your equipment. Constant cleaning and maintenance are of priority, as well as the calibration of lenses to ensure that all photos you produce are of top shelf quality. Let CameraFIX focus on maintenance to preserve the life of your gear so you don’t have to.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Make sure the battery compartment is fully closed
  • Turn your camera off and on
  • Recharge your camera
  • Fully extend the lens and clean it with a dry cloth. Use a small brush to get any dirt or dust from smaller nooks
  • If the problems persist, take your camera to a Canon camera repair and service centre or a licenced repair shop.
Yes. our Canon repairs service covers all Canon models, including DSLRs
  • Make sure the battery pack is inserted properly
  • Make sure the battery compartment is fully closed
  • If the battery pack is a few years old, it might be time to get a new one
  • If you use a different charger to the type that came with the camera, the camera might not be charging properly. Try getting a charger made for your camera model
  • If the problems persist, take your camera to a Canon repair centre or licenced repair shop.
3 weeks is a pretty standard turnaround time for service centres. If you want your cameras repaired faster, we’d recommend going to a repair shop.
It really depends on the type of damage and the availability of parts. But, mirrorless cameras have far fewer parts, making it easier to clean them, get replacement parts, and pinpoint problems. So generally, mirrorless cameras can be repaired easier and faster, leading to a lower repair cost.
Generally, repair shops offer faster turnaround times, personal service, no long documents to fill out, and staff that’s oftentimes more experienced in Camera repairs.

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