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I have found warranty VERY useful, alas, original and added. I have had a $1000 lens go faulty in just over a year - an essentially minor but disabling failure. . Whether that is in original warranty varies by manufacturer and country. I bought an add on 4 year warranty for a top end APSC camera + lens. 5 years total - 1+4. I am VERY pleased I did. Camera ...


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It's a gamble. In most cases, you won't need the warranty — but in the cases where you do, you'd be sorry to not have it, because repairs can be expensive. If most cameras needed warranty repair, the manufacturer would go out of business; it's generally the case that quality assurance is pretty good out of the box and most cameras are buy-and-forget. There ...



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