Class action lawsuit x10

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Class action lawsuit x10
Feb 29, 2012

In a court of law it can easily be proven that:

A. There is a fault in the sensor of the x10 that produces the orbs.
B. Fujifilm have failed to acknowledge this openly.

C. Whilst not openly accepting this fault they've nevertheless released a software "fix" for this problem.
D. The software fix is indeed a tacit admission to the problem.

E. Same software fix is a fraudulent action by Fujifilm as tests show it's not even a palliative but a placebo.
F. No actions have been taken to solve this issue (I. E. a recall).

A class action lawsuit would force Fujifilm to release documents on this issue.

A class action lawsuit is feasible and requires scientific evidence and it is not subject to subjective criteria such as "I love/hate" this camera.

People who feel wronged by the fact that a 600 USD camera is producing orbs are in the right. Orbs are not acceptable by any criteria as if this were a mobile phone camera.

Dpreview should review this camera ASAP instead of suspiciously waiting on this matter.
Though, kudos for pointing out the problem.

Fujifilm X10
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