Test of D600 from Cameta

Started Nov 24, 2013 | Discussions thread
Leif Goodwin Senior Member • Posts: 1,390
Re: Easy to explain Sam……

JF69 wrote:

Malangbaba wrote:

JF69 wrote:

There is enough proof of Cameta's shady practises already, including but not limited to shilling their own ebay "auctions", claiming "refurbished" when it is not, etc.

I also don't buy into the apologetic people's excuse of "they accept returns"; of course they should accept returns, given all these silly practises going on. They then sell it to the next person in line, probably adding "thoroughly tested" to the description.

Interesting observation JF69. If this is really their practice of selling returned defective items to other buyers, don't you think the new buyers will also return them?

……I'll even spell it out slowly: no, not all new buyers will return them (far less in fact; the vast majority of buyers are far from "advanced/knowledgeble amateurs"), Cameta will find a final buyer within the 1st or 2nd sale.

Would it not be better if you did not make loads of assumptions, but rather consider the far more likely scenario that it is just a bit of dirt which is easily wiped off with a clean brush. There are plenty of testimonials from Nikon and Canon users of receiving other camera models with dirty sensor covers.

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