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NPS Service - East or West Coast
Ralph Mawyer, Photographer
San Antonio | TX | United States | Posted: 6:06 PM on 02.17.18
->> Any personal recommendations as to which service center I should send my D4s and 70-200 for clean and adjust?

May try and get a D5 loaner, unless they suck all the inventory out for the Olympics, in which case I need to wait a bit. ;-)
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Andrew Brosig, Photo Editor, Photographer
Torrington | WY | United States | Posted: 2:31 PM on 02.22.18
->> I think it still depends on where you're located in the country. Not sure if you can choose which service center. That said, always had good luck with Cali center on west coast.
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Doug Pizac, Photographer
Sandy | UT | USA | Posted: 6:47 PM on 02.22.18
->> Ditto for west coast. But then that's my closest service center and I've never had a problem with them -- fast, great service. I did use Melville decades ago when I lived on the east coast and never had a problem then either.

You should be pleased with either one.
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Corey Perrine, Photographer
Philadelphia | PA | USA | Posted: 6:33 PM on 02.24.18
->> This is how photo gang wars are started ;) *snapping fingers ensue*
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Mike Janes, Photographer
Attica | NY | USA | Posted: 4:00 PM on 02.25.18
->> Only used the east coast one, and have had issues, and the people usually deal with seem to have just vanished, or at least stopped returning messages.
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Ralph Mawyer, Photographer
San Antonio | TX | United States | Posted: 8:32 PM on 02.27.18
->> Appreciated everyone.

I’m sitting in the middle, in Texas.
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Michael Augustin, Photographer
Frisco | TX | USA | Posted: 6:57 AM on 02.28.18
->> I am in Texas (DFW Area) and I have sent a few cameras and lenses to NPS Melville for repairs. I have been very pleased with the overall experience. The turnaround time, the communication and most important, the repair services performed. They even repaired an out of warranty camera at no charge.
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