That's the way to deal with an issue (Canon)

Started Dec 5, 2012 | Discussions thread
Lyric
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Re: Try this...
In reply to TOF guy, Dec 7, 2012

TOF guy wrote:

Barry wrote:

To acknowledge a problem means to inform the buyer and to make a public announcement.

http://www.dpreview.com/news/2012/04/16/Canon-acknowledges-5dii-light-leak

http://www.dpreview.com/news/2012/07/10/canon-warns-of-allergen-in-650d-T4i-grip

Canon has learned a lesson from the 1D mKIII saga.

Nikon decided to stay "silent" about the D800 problems, they've not said anything about the D600 issues, and sure as hell never made any mention of problems on the D7k for AF or oil splats either.

Nikon just don't admit to problems.

Nikon has been going the other way. They admitted for instance to the D70 issues for instance, offered to pay past repairs and a lifetime warranty for anybody with a D70 who's camera died,

Look at the SB900 over heating problems, Nikon's solution was to leave users out to dry and just update the model.

That's not a good example, though, because there has never been an SB900 over heating problem. There has been a thermal protection a bit too diligent (more like a lack of over heating problem ) . So nothing wrong done by Nikon there.

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Thierry

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