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10-22 broke in half! How much is this going to cost me? HELP!

 
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Oct 26, 2006 18:17 |  #1

So i dropped my 10-22 today... it broke in half at the manual focus ring all the internal glass is still intact but some of the electric ribbons were ripped off and the inner mount was broken.... See pictures.... Is it fixable?.. and will it cost me less then just buying a new one?

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-Justin

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Oct 26, 2006 18:19 |  #2

WOW....that looks bad


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Oct 26, 2006 18:21 |  #3

All this from a drop??
looks expenive :(


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Oct 26, 2006 18:21 |  #4

ouch, that sux..
give Canon a call, they should be able to help you with that.
sorry to hear about your lost..


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Oct 26, 2006 18:22 |  #5

Stavhp wrote in post #2173994 (external link)
All this from a drop??
looks expenive :(

yeah... it was more of a fling, it caught on to my backpack when i was putting it on my back and it traveled about 8 feet before it hit and brick wall then the cement ground...

Its not THAT bad is it :oops: ?

-Justin


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Oct 26, 2006 18:23 |  #6

sorry to hear about that man, it seemed to break up easily or was " dropped " from a great height. I hope Canon can fix it for you.


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Oct 26, 2006 18:25 as a reply to  @ freefallu's post |  #7

well it was mounted on my body (30D) and the 30D is fine, but as said before it was about an 8 foot trip...

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Oct 26, 2006 18:27 |  #8

big ouch....




  
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Oct 26, 2006 18:29 |  #9

4830Deuce wrote in post #2174014 (external link)
yeah... it was more of a fling, it caught on to my backpack when i was putting it on my back and it traveled about 8 feet before it hit and brick wall then the cement ground...

Its not THAT bad is it :oops: ?

-Justin

It looks THAT bad! Sorry to hear of your misfortune. Man, that must've been some sound you made when you heard it hit! I've heard great things about Canon CS though, they may send you a new one!




  
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Oct 26, 2006 18:30 |  #10

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH i almost started crying when I saw that because i want that lens. You can just send it my way


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Oct 26, 2006 18:48 |  #11

this post hurt my heart




  
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Oct 26, 2006 18:53 as a reply to  @ zacwolf's post |  #12

That pains me to see that.

The camera rider you had added to your homeowners coverage should cover that.




  
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Oct 26, 2006 20:00 |  #13

Oh man!!! Your post brought tears to me eyes as well. Must remember to tell my 10-22 how I feel about it before it's too late.


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Oct 26, 2006 20:02 |  #14

two thirds the cost of the new one.

Thats the rule of thumb


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Oct 26, 2006 20:14 |  #15

DocFrankenstein wrote in post #2174388 (external link)
two thirds the cost of the new one.

Thats the rule of thumb

Well.... I was thinking 400 so I guess thats not shocking... im sending it Canon CPS so ill have it back in a week... ugh... maybe they will cut me a break saying im (my boss) is a CPS member...

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