« on: December 10, 2011, 12:47:30 PM »
So what'll be the price of the new 35?
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Since its under warranty, and, presumably out of spec, they should not charge you. It must be on your listing of equipment for CPS to qualify, so make sure its registered first.
You could send both the lens and the camera, if they tweak both to spec, then things should look pretty good.
Canon will calibrate your camera to its proper specs, and your lenses to their proper specs.
If your 60 D is off with all your lenses, get it calibrated first. I refuse to buy one, because of the lack of Micro Adjust.
Hm, calibrating in Canon services has cost smth about 30â‚¬. Well, you won't afford any Canon lens for these money, but at least 1 correctly working lens is quite OK result