Question about Tamron 28-300 MM XR AF F/3.5-6.3 LD ASP for NIKON AF
I have a Tamron lens that was broken during a vacation > The lens was attached to the camera and i think it was accidentally stepped on by my lil girl> now the part that screws into the camera is on an angel broken now that i finally have it off the camera it sits sideways > Is this something i could try to fix or do u think i need to send it out to be repaired ? thank you Terry
Hi: The only way to have this lens serviceable is by having a qualified tech repair the lens mount. You can contact the folks at Tamron's service center and ask for an estimate. Good luck: theboyd
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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