Work conditions at Canon doesn't sit well with some employees

Discussion in 'Canon' started by ASAAR, Jun 1, 2009.

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    ASAAR Guest

    I've got several Canon Powershots so I'd better shake them to find
    out if there's anything rattling inside, other than the intentional
    ASAAR, Jun 1, 2009
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    I just came across a DPR forum thread that describes a new Canon
    G10 bug. New to me, perhaps to thee, but Canon's advisory is dated
    23-Apr-09 so others may already be aware of it. This bug
    occasionally produces an uncorrectable thin horizontal black line in
    some images. Canon shows how to check the camera's serial number to
    see if your G10 has the bug as well as a mark inside the battery
    cover that shows if it has been corrected. According to one forum
    reply Canon UK says that the turnaround time for fixing this is six
    weeks. Another earlier bug (producing magenta images under certain
    conditions) is also uncorrectable, but the fix can be easily done by
    the user, requiring the G10's firmware to be upgraded.

    Canon releases service notice for g10 :

    G10 "Lines appearing in images . . ."

    G10 "Magenta (reddish purple) cast in recorded images . . ."
    ASAAR, Jun 2, 2009
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    Bob Larter Guest

    WTF are you wittering about /this/ time? Have you finally bought a camera?
    Bob Larter, Jun 2, 2009
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    DRS Guest


    The G10 is an excellent camera in its class.
    DRS, Jun 2, 2009
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    ASAAR Guest

    Still talking to yourself? :)

    They're both good cameras and if you don't, won't or can't realize
    that, that puts you a few notches below even KR, who has recently
    been on a roll. All downhill.
    ASAAR, Jun 2, 2009
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