I broke my camera


posted on 6th of may, 2015

Hello
Last night I was taking some pictures indoors and while I was arranging some items on the table, my camera which was on the tripod fell flat on its back. At first I thought there was no damage, I was shooting pictures on black background, therefore I did not see the disaster until I shot something brighter. I've go two black spots on every image because two horrible scratches appeared on my sensor. I still can't believe this happened...
The worst part is that I bought this camera only one month ago and I'm still paying for its...
I don't know if it's the right place to write this, but if there are buyers reading this, please take a look at my portfolio, maybe you'll find exactly what you need and you'd also be helping me a lot. If anyone is searching to buy...

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Posted by Dianabahrin on May 06, 2015
From what I can see, those are scratches, but I will take it to a specialist and if I need to I will replace the sensor when I have the money... Unfortunately, I don't think it's dust there because they appeared immediately after the camera fell.
Posted by BCritchley on May 06, 2015
Are you sure you have not just got dust spots on your sensor, get a camera specialist to take a look at it. All my gear is insured to cover accidents, theft etc, I can shoot where and when I like with no fear, only costs a little more on my home insurance policy.
Posted by Dianabahrin on May 06, 2015
Thank you so much for the kind words! I'm, just hoping for the best right now. I'd even sell my bestseller for less than I'd ever imagined right now..



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