I have a third party warranty that’s covering the camera repair.If its just metal damaged, and no glass or expensive IS or AF motor, the lens can be fixed reasonably. To replace the mount and metal chassis on the camera, it must be totally stripped and then re-assembled, sensor aligned, the whole calibration thing, and, of course, some parts will have to be replaced. Labor is the killer in both cases. Canon designs their cameras and lenses to be relatively easy to repair, Sony lenses are a nightmare labor wise, and their parts are crazy high as well.
I hope some insurance covers it.
I’m paying out of pocket for the lens.
These are the parts they’re replacing:
SLEEVE ASS'Y, FIXED/ PCB ASS'Y, MAIN/ RING, MOUNT (RUBBER)/ MOUNT, LENS/ SCREW, CROSS-RECESS, PH X4
MIRROR BOX ASS'Y, W/AF SENSOR/ PENTAPRISM ASS'Y/ EYEPIECE ASS'Y/ COVER ASS'Y, TOP/ COVER ASS'Y, EYEPIECE/ FOCUS SCREEN/ WINDOW, OL FRAME, OLC/ TAPES