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I have a Quantaray 19-35mm lense and there are three screws that hold the assembly that attaches the lense to the camera. 1 of those 3 screws has come lose and fell out. Any idea where I can get a new screw or anyone have a contact e-mail or phone number for Quantaray?

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Quantaray lenses are private label lenses made by Sigma for Ritz Camera. For service contact Ritz Cameras or your nearest large camera store. Most large camera stores have a repair department that should be able to supply the screw for your lens.

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