Why Thom is wrong...

Started Sep 25, 2013 | Discussions thread
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DT200 Contributing Member • Posts: 835
Re: Why Richard is wrong...

Erik Magnuson wrote:

DT200 wrote:

They are more common in the cheaper entry level DSLRs.

Other than some defective hinge pins in early Canon 300D's and some bad glue on some 5D's, I've not heard of many problems

Yes, moving parts that have to calibrated are a pain.  Fewer moving parts and not having to be adjusted is always better.

I wonder how many DSLRs straight from the factory have front and rear focus issues.  I see a lot of people complain when DSLRs don't have micro-adjustment features and have to be sent to the manufacture to be fixed.

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