Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Camera G33k

Okay, it's no secret that I'm a really big camera nerd. Also, I love traveling (see 'camera nerd'). So what do you do in a foreign country when your steady and true travel companion-- your Canon or your Nikon-- is in need of repair?

Like, let's say you drop your favorite lens.

Ouch, indeed.

Fortunately, if you live in Ulsan, South Korea, you can take all of your Canon goods to the following service center. As with basically all services I've encountered in Korea, it was relatively inexpensive (even for being a brand servece center) and of course... extremely fast.

From the Jung-gu Home Plus, take bus 127 to the Taehwa Rotary and walk about 1 block down from the bus stop. Look for a bright green building (you will also see Canon signs by this point) and head on up the the 4th floor. All you need to provide is your broken equipment, name and cell phone number. They'll call or text you when it's ready for pick-up.

Good luck to you, travelling photographers!
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