Dealer Wants 10% To Return 1Ds3, Normal?

Started Apr 30, 2008 | Discussions thread
OP Tarn Tantikij Regular Member • Posts: 325
Re: Warranty

Victor Engel wrote:

If you have a legitimate problem and don't want to hassle with a
restocking fee, maybe you should deal with the warranty instead.

Warranty is for when it's fixable.

Alternatively, Canon will exchange the camera for free.

My dilemma is do I really want to go through the hassle to arrive at what many have already found out?

Check out the posts of your fellow forum members who've gone through the dance.

Rob Galbraith has tried out several 1D3's and now is saying accurately (to my experience) that the 1Ds3 also has the same issues.

Canon has acknowledged the problem on the 1D3 but now is keeping quiet, not even sending old Rob a copy of the firmware to test in advance. Remember, he brought it to their attention and they were testing the camera with him.

Canon switching the tactics to laying low tells me that the problem is not fixable without a redesign of the whole subsystem, ie, new model.

Folks, how many firmwares and custom functions have you guys played with going on a year now?

Wake up and smell the coffee!

tarn

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