Light leak fix. No thanks, Canon!

Started May 2, 2012 | Discussions thread
mforbes Regular Member • Posts: 378
Re: it would be a really nice dream

The use of tape is at best a temporary solution, and the best facilitated means to make this issue go away for Canon. In reality, the light leak issue will not effect the majority of users, however there is a defined issue and Canon had to address it. The reason they had to address it was not due to customer concerns, it was due to the Nikon D800. If the D800 was not released with it's specs and user reviews, Canon would have kicked the issue to the curb like they did with the Mark3 focus problem. Remember, Canon took two years to fluff that off before owning up and issuing a firmware update to address the problem.

At the end of the day, do you really want your $3,500.00 investment brought up to specs with a strip of electrical tape? You and I deserve better, much better.

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