Special Guest - Rob Beno "Care & Maintenance of Your Cameras"

Care & Maintenance

of Your Cameras...!!

Rob Beno of Cam Pro Service

 

Rob Beno was referred to me (for us) from Jeff Coates and Greg Mitchell.  Obviously both know and have used Rob's services in the past.

Jeff says, "He does very good work, and is much cheaper than sending cameras needing repair, to camera manufacturers, either directly or through Roberts....

He's a pretty quiet guy, but seemed very competent, and just a good guy..!!"

Sounds like the type guy we all want to know...???

He'll present some practical information about how to take care of your camera(s). 

He is a certified technician for Canon, but works on all kinds of cameras!

Hope you can make it for this...and bring your camera(s)...just in case he decides to give us a huge discount on the spot!

 

If you want to check out their website, or maybe even need a good place to go for camera repair, etc. now...here it is:  www.CamProService.com

They're located at:  8444 East Washington, Indianapolis, IN 46219

 

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  • Nathan

    Ron did a great job and always pick up ideas/tips. *Tip 1.) Never put camera in cooler, we had a good chuckle over that one although I better not throw rocks in the glass house!! cough,cough!

    November 9, 2012

    • A former member
      A former member

      The two-part question I REALLY wanted to ask Ron re that camera in the cooler last night: "Did the owner put the camera in the cooler deliberately, perhaps thinking ill-advisedly it would be a way to address an overheating issue, or did it somehow end up there inadvertently ... and if so, how, if you know? And ... when you referred to it as a "cooler," did you really mean a freezer?"

      November 9, 2012

  • Kristi S.

    Yes, Ron's talk was very informative!
    I would add, never put your camera down in the bag, while your light meter is hanging around your neck. Mine dangled into the bag under the camera, so as I lifted myself up, the camera was flipped out of the bag, hit the inclined parking lot rolling and bouncing to a stop.
    Ouch to my wallet!

    November 9, 2012

  • Tom ".

    8444 E. Washington st.
    Tuesday / 10:30 to 6pm
    Thursday / 10:30 to 6pm
    Saturday 10:30 to 2pm

    November 8, 2012

  • Eric Scott M.

    A very informative look into problems that can happen with digital cameras and how to prevent them. Rule #1: Don't put the camera in the cooler.

    November 8, 2012

  • Mike R.

    Informative, yet scary!

    November 8, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Rob is awesome and very affordable to anyone wanting to have there camera repaired or cleaned. He's on the northside off 86th st. He has cleaned and maintained my cameras the last few years. Be careful though no Navy Jokes :)

    November 8, 2012

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