After receiving constant requests and phone calls from Phoenix Photography enthusiasts, I have included below the top 3 camera repair shops located in Phoenix. I can’t recommend one or the other as they all have specific strengths and weaknesses. It really comes down to your specific camera repair needs.
1) C.R.I.S. Camera Repair Services (Digital SLR’s and Lenses)
- C.R.I.S. has been in the camera repair business since 1984.
- They have an A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau.
- They are the exclusive service provider of all cameras for Pentax and Ricoh in the United States, so they have proven something serious to manufacturers to trust them like this
- They are experts and factory trained and authorized for Canon, Nikon, Fuji, Ricoh, Pentax and Sigma cameras
- Sony, Panasonic, Casio, and Kodak should be sent to one of the other repair shops below.
- They are a 100% camera repair facility.
2) Tempe Camera (Compact Point and Shoot Cameras)
- In business for 35 years, so they’ve stood the test of time in Tempe, Phoenix, and all of Arizona
- They rent cameras, sell cameras & equipment, do photo finishing, and also do repair cameras
- Authorized Warranty Service on Canon, Photogenic, Comet, Dynalite, Speedotron
- Not located in Better Business Bureau
3) Phoenix Camera Repair Services (Film and Analog Cameras)
- Was formed in 1960. Located inside Photomark store
- Factory Authorized and trained for certain models of Hasselbad, Nikon, Canon and Minolta
- The technician here, Jay, has 30 years of experience
- Not located in Better Business Bureau but still good reviews on the internet
I have been in the valley for several decades and have seen all the camera repair shops come and go. These 3 have remained consistent over the years. I’ve dealt with them all for various types of cameras and lenses and various manufacturers. Stick to this list and you can’t go wrong.
And remember, if we can help you out at CameraRepairPhoenix.com with your camera repair questions and issues, don’t hesitate to call us at 480.442.2261. Ask for Alex.