« on: October 19, 2012, 05:39:31 PM »
There are already workarounds in place for other countries that companies in America won't ship to and they're called forwarding addresses..
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Looks like we will continue to see Canon improve their sensors.
Nikon still has a lead but in dynamic range but the gap is closing.
The world may not be coming to an end after all.
I guess the big question is why they didn't use the same sensor for the 5D mark III
But after using it a while and comparing photos taken with it, to my L series 24-105, I was routinely disappointed with the sharpness I was getting. I took a lot of outdoors, nature photos with it, often of birds and flowers/landscapes. Most of them were OK, but none of them really popped the way my other lens(es) did.
Unfortunately my warranty options are limited to just where I purchased it. I live in Australia and elected to purchase from an online retailer, based out of Hong Kong. So that wonderful 6 year warranty that is available in the states is not an option here. In fact, I'm not sure I'd even get that if I'd bought locally in Australia.
If this second time doesn't result in a fix, I will go directly to Tamron and likely have to pay a servicing fee. I'd obviously like to avoid that but I'm running out of time. The lens was purchased in December of 2011.