Hotel-Pension Barich

Barichgasse 3, Vienna, Vienna, Austria
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Fixing my camera in Vienna???!!

by AnatolyZ

Hello!!!
I need a help!!!!
my Panasonic camera was broken some days ago...I'm looking where is it possible to fix in in Vienna.... it doesn't matter where....just some lab...
you know any??!
Thank you very much in advance!!!!

Re: Fixing my camera in Vienna???!!

by abc37

in Westbahnstrasse are some Camerashops of the old type, they can help you.
A LEICA-shop is there between Kaiserstrasse and Schottenfeldgasse, they also make other cameras

Re: Fixing my camera in Vienna???!!

by abc37

Leica Shop , Westbahnstrasse 40

Re: Fixing my camera in Vienna???!!

by GrumpyDiver

Panasonic cameras will have to go back to the local Panasonic repair facility, not just any camera shop. This is the douwnside of the new digital cameras - the independent repair shops are gone. Go to a camera shop, all that will happen is that it will be sent back to Panasonic.

If Austria is anything like Canada this way, you are looking at a 2 to 4 week turnaround period. Panasonic is quite a bit faster with their pro line (video cameras), than with the consumer ones, but turnaround is still in the order of a week. It took me a month to get my Nikon turned around this summer and I had a Leica in for about 4 months (waiting for a part from Germany).

Re: Fixing my camera in Vienna???!!

by AnatolyZ

Thank you so much friends!!but It must be a way...that
is not some serious damage in camera...but its more like a a slight visible problem in the outside which prevents the zoom to open and the whole camera not to function...it must be more digital cameras fixing shops in such a big city,isn't it???

Re: Fixing my camera in Vienna???!!

by GrumpyDiver

Unless Vienna is different than what I have experienced, my guess would be no. If the camera was banged hard enough to bend something that keeps the zoom from opening could mean additional damage inside that you cannot see. As well, the bent part will have to be replaced, and only Panasonic will have the part.

I don't know how expensive your camera is, but in many cases, if it is a point & shoot model, it may be less expensive to simply replace the camera. The cost of repairing a unit could be more expensive than getting a new one.

Re: Fixing my camera in Vienna???!!

by Beausoleil

Alternatively, you could buy a very simple inexpensive digital camera to use for the rest of your trip and get your camera repaired at home when you have more time.

Just a thought. Good luck. I went through 3 cameras on one trip. Not fun!

Travel Tips for Vienna

Mariahilf Church, Mariahilfestrasse

by yooperprof

The Mariahilf Kirche is an oasis of calm on bustling Mariahilfestrasse - the Oxford Street of Vienna. It was designed in the early 1700s by one of the Habsburg's favorite architects, Johan Lukas von Hildebrandt, who put his lasting stamp on so much of the city. The courtyard in front of the church is dominated by this statue of Haydn, who briefly served as organist for the church.

Walking in New York and...

by danube

Walking in New York and visiting landmarks according to the book 'Gramercy Park' and meeting the author Carole Klein for dinner during the week. Visting the Sacher Hotel 3 weeks for dinner after having recovered from a perfect heart transplant at the General Hospital Vienna (New Year's Eve of 2000).

Take the subway to see...

by jonkb

Take the subway to see Schonbrun. Its quite a bit away from the city center, so you have to take the U-bahn, and spend almost the whole day. Still it is worth doing. I was there after the flowers had blossomed. I could only imagine how the garden would look with them blossoming.

Am Hof

by yooperprof

Am Hof - literally, "in the courtyard" - is the largest of the series of pleasantly arranged squares and plazas in the 1st District, the city center of Vienna. In the center is a tall memorial known as the "Mariensäule" (Marian Column), honoring the Virgin Mary for what was believed to be her intervention in protecting Catholic Vienna from the savagely marauding Swedes during the Thirty Years War. The black angels at the column's base are garbed in full battle array. They are fighting off a dragon, a lion, a serpent and a basilisk, representing hunger, war, heresy and the Plague. In the background of my photo are the ornaments which stand atop the facade of the highly decorated Central Fire Station, also in Am Hof.

Taking a pee

by reeka

Not a local custom, I know, but I thought that this deserved its own category.

In the U bahn (underground) outside the Opera House, going down the escalators we immediately saw this and laughed.

Only in Vienna!

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