Intensive care

My camera fell.
Lens got jammed.
Took it to the Canon repair center.

Brown turtleneck Zara - Brown jeans Style & Co. - Tassel belt self made - Me Too leopard print flats - Kate Spade bag
It's in intensive care.
It will most likely be more expensive to repair
than for me to buy a new camera :(

I hate you planned obsolescence.

7 comments

Kathya stryzak said...

Lore..como estas? Cuanto tiempooo

Estas hermosa asi..te quedo lindo la ropaaaa

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Mica T said...

Oh no, so sorry to hear about your camera!

I had the same thing happen, I managed to get either sand or fake blood in my camera (don't ask, was a fun weekend!) and it had a mark inside the lens. It was cheaper to buy a whole new one! Although I love and take better care of my new camera now.

Closet Fashionista said...

Ooh I love that belt! So fun :D
And oh no...your poor camera!!! :(
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LyddieGal said...

sorry to hear that! I know the feeling, the first time my lens broke I ended up buying a new one, the second time it fell into the beach sand (never ever have i taken the tripod to the beach again) I got it repaired and it cost just as much as a new lens.

Jessica Cangiano said...

Oh Lorena honey, I am so very sorry to hear that. It almost seems as though time stands still for a moment when a camera (and/or lens) topples to the floor. You can see it happening in slow motion, then suddenly the inevitable crashing sound occurs. It's so rough, and I really am sorry that you had to experience it. Please let us know if the poor camera makes it through in the end.

♥ Jessica

Kim Alston said...

ohhhhh noooo! hope it can be repaired. camera's are so expensive. if not a new one is in order. great outfit.
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Jenava said...

This happened to me a while back, too! I bought a new lens. The camera body was not damaged. Hope you get it worked out!