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New Nikon D90 with 18 105 lens ring broken

New D90 with 18 105 lens, when I got the camera from the case the plstic ring of the lens cracked in pieces. Is it possible to fix it and do you know if this is expensive? And how much?

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The repair is not expensive, should be around $200 or less, provided that you did not damage the internal glasses and mechanics and sensors. You will need a receipt to repair it at Nikon USA, or goto an authorized repair center to get quote.

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