The history of Camera Repair dates back to 1979 It was the year when camera repairing was conceived in Dubai.
When Rashid Hakim thought of setting up a camera repair shop people advised him that it was a foolish idea because the concept of camera repair was not there. People of U.A.E. discarded their cameras if there was an issue.
With an idea to change that habit, Rashid went on to set up his first venture with the name of FOTO TECHNICAL ESTABLISHMENT.
The journey spanning 40+ years has established Rashid's expertise to be renowned as the number one repair centre. This is re-emphasized with the motto:
"IF WE CAN'T REPAIR IT, IT'S NOT WORTH REPAIRING!
Camera Repair is everything to do with Photography. It's a one stop shop for photography lovers.
Our services range from Camera Repair to Developing photos and enlargements and framing.
We have a trade-in counter which helps customers to upgrade their cameras and dispose of their old ones accordingly.
We have very old cameras for antique lovers too.
We have a unique service of 8mm transfer which can digitize the old films and bring past memories to life.
- Repairing any make or model of cameras
- Fabricating parts
- Experts in vintage camera repairs
- Repairing watches and replacing batteries
- Digitizing old memories onto DVD
- Providing customer friendly vending solutions
FREE pick-up service
Shop #37, Al Attar Business Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road
(near Hotel Ibis, Al Barsha)
WE HAVE MOVED!
In the year 2007 Camera Repairs was invited by the organisers of Dubai Summer Surprises to display the history of the cameras by exhibiting the movie, professional, 35 mm SLR and instant and instamatic collection of all cameras in Bur Juman Centre.
The response to this exhibit was note worthy.
Camera Repairs was then given a certificate and a CD to commomerate the efforts.
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WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU PERSEVERE YOUR PASSION AND PRESERVE YOUR MEMORIES. TOGETHER WE WILL SHARE HAPPINESS.
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For updates on the status of repairs calls will be taken only from 1.00pm to 3.00 pm
4pm - 7pm (Sunday)
10am - 7pm (Monday - Friday)
Closed on Saturdays