Discussion in 'Photography Equipment & Products' started by DeadEye, Nov 4, 2007.
Yep and world + dog will say why not sooner, yet few will sympathise with Canon about their decision to delay and try to find a software or other fix to it because they are simply ignorant of the reputation hit a manufacturer in Canon's position would suffer.
I'm a Nikonian but I will have no part in this.
Let the canon bashing by everyone else begin:
that's all i got.
well, it took quite a while to find the problem, and not all serial numbers are affected.
this is sad but can happen with any company.
that is why one should always buy a camera a few months after it came out, and not right when it hits the market.
this is the price we pay for today's ultra-short product cycles.
Well...if you can afford a $5K camera, you probably have 1 or 2 back-ups. Send it in, get it fixed move on. These cameras are so jammed with sophisticated processers, utilities, etc. that you're bound to get problems. Luckily it can be fixed. A bit of a headache, but watcha-gonna-do?
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