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My shutter is stuck and i sent it to a service centre and they released itand now the shutter is releasing. but when pictures are printed some pictures are half shadowed so i sent it to a Nikon authoirised service centre now they are telling to wait and also they say lens have fungus. i have paid Rs.1500.00 indian rupees. My concern is is these problems can be clearly serviced or not. may kindly answer please.

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A lens cleaning to remove fungus can be quite expensive. If it is a consumer lens or a cheaper lens then often it can be cheaper to buy a used or sometimes even new lens than for a cleaning of fungus.
As for the shutter - it probably needs to be replaced. It is possible it could be repaired, usually replacement is the better option. Different service centers will charge different amount for this.
But often it is worth it vs buying a new camera.

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