Camera Repairs

If you need a routine cleaning, have malfunctioning equipment or broken equipment, stop in any time for an estimate on repair. If you can't make it in, just fill out the form below and we'll reply same day. If you purchased your DSLR from us, sensor cleanings are free for the life of the camera.


Enter your name and equipment type on the form below and one of our Camera Center staff members will contact you with an estimate of repair costs.

* Full Name:

* Email Address:

* Preferred Phone Number:


Camera Repair:

Sensor Cleaning / Maintenance:

Photo Recovery:

Camera or Equipment type:

* Nature Of Defect:

Camera Center Repair Services

The Camera Center of York can clean and repair many of the common DSLR & 35mm camera models and will gladly provide an estimate for your repair. However, some repairs can't be made in-house and will have to be sent back to the manufacturer.

When was the last time you had your camera professionally cleaned?

Over time, dust and dirt can affect the function of your camera. You may notice recurring spots on your prints if the sensor is dirty. Just like any piece of equipment, a camera needs to be maintained and cleaned to function properly. You will see better results with your images and extend the life of the camera.

So, whether you are a professional or recreational photographer, bring your camera to us for expert professional service!

Been on vacation? Get your camera cleaned.

Planning on taking your camera equipment to the beach? Well, even if you just have a disposable camera, you are going to need to take precautions against the sand and salt. Especially if you have delicate equipment. Planning and strict procedures are crucial to keeping your equipment from being ruined by the harsh elements that the beach can create.

For keeping your camera sate at the beach , plastic zip lock bags are a great item to have on hand. You can store your gear in one of these keeping it away from the elements. Of course, the trouble starts as soon as you have to use them. Once they are exposed to the atmosphere your lenses, camera body and accessories begin picking up abrasive sand and salt residue from the ocean.