Most DSLR camera users are painfully aware of how fragile their precious lenses are, but what actually happens when they do take a knock?
This damaged Canon 24-105mm lens is a prime example of a physically damaged camera lens; the sleeve cable for the aperture control was damaged, and a number of internal screws were popped out, and rattling around inside the lens.
Of all the repairs we do, DSLR camera lens repairs are among the most intricate, so one of our engineers took the lens into our lab, removed and attached the screws, replaced the aperture sleeve cable and had the dropped Canon lens back up and running within 24 hours, resulting in a very grateful (and relieved) Canon DSLR user!
If you’ve got a broken Canon lens, why not use our free collection service to get yours repaired today! All you have to do is fill out a short Repair Request form and our courier can pick up your camera, or lens, free of charge, anywhere in the country. To find out more about Canon camera repairs, visit our Canon Camera Repairs page now!