The professional video camera is far more advanced than its consumer equivalent. They’re expected to provide high levels of constant service and picture quality for years and years. The key to ensuring you get that service is maintenance and repair from a team who understands those requirements.
At 1st Aid Repairs, we can clean and service your camera, as well as repair damaged casings, motors, CCDs, lens assemblies, LCD, Viewfinders and CMOS sensors.
Keeping your video camera working at its best means keeping it clean and calibrated. Over time, dirt and metal shavings from lens changes get into the camera body and start to affect performance. Static electricity can also build up within the shutter mechanism which attracts more dust onto the CCD.
Our quotes for cleaning and servicing your camera will include any minor parts required and include VAT.
If your video camera stops working due to a fault or an accident, we can help. Our modern cleanroom facility, air-flowing solder systems and experienced technicians allow us to identify faults at a component level. It is often possible for us to repair sockets and individual components, rather than having to go to the cost of replacing a whole circuit board.
We can offer repairs for many video cameras, including:
Our quotes for repairing your camera will include any parts required and include VAT.
1st Aid Repairs is a JVC PRO authorised service centre. That means that our repairs are manufacturer guaranteed using genuine parts.
For more information see our JVC Professional service information here.
That doesn’t mean that we can’t work on other brands of video camera though. We have extensive experience with Canon, Sony, and Panasonic as well.
We do offer Estimates suitable for Insurance purposes. We would require the camera for inspection and confirmation of the damage.
Inspection reports are chargeable, which would be deducted from the final repair cost should the repair be completed. The inspection fee must be paid before the inspection and covers the return carriage to you if the estimate is declined.
During the inspection, the Technician will inspect the camera and report his findings. We will then email a PDF copy of the inspection report to you, which is suitable for insurance purposes.
For further details, please review our Insurance Quotes information here.