I dropped my less than 1 week old Z3. I blame myself for this. But this phone got buttons all ariund the edge of the phone. I was tiing a photo, in trying to avoid touching any buttons on my he edge, i dropped the phone 3 ft height, the screen cracked. Sent to Sony for repair. Sony reurned the phone with h a note: "cannot be repaired to within asony quality standars.
Viramati: Great if the IBIS was reliable!! My A7II IBIS mechanism broke down after 3 weeks use and the camera has been with Sony now for over 3 weeks and they still don't have the part to fix it. Not fantastic
I said "I like my Sony until it needs repair". I'm fine with Sony gear. Just don't like the repair service.
Sony service is giving me second thought about using any Sony product.
I dropped my new Xperia Z3 and cracked the screen. Send phone to Sony repair. Sony send the broken phone back with the not: "Not repairable to within Sony quality standard."
Sony also refuse to repair my projector. The projector suddenly just refuse to be turn on. Send to Sony repair. Sony never contact me but just simply ship the projector back to me after over 6 months.
My brand new NEX-7 camera tripod mount broke some how. See http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/42090837Sony said it was not repairable...
I like my Sony unless until it needs repair.
Dan Rather: "Kenneth, what's the exposure?"
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Salib: why always Canon????
Please elaborate? I would like this for Nikon mount also but reading that wiki page I don't know the reason why not :(