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Canon PowerShot G10 Defect

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Oh noes

g10 - Canon PowerShot G10 Defect
"I like to add lines to your photos"

Another QC issue from our friends at Canon

To Owners of the PowerShot G10 digital camera

Thank you for using Canon products.

We have discovered that in rare instances, lines may appear in images captured by some units of the PowerShot G10 digital camera. Accordingly, we would like to convey the details and our service policy concerning this phenomenon.

We regret that some of our customers may have been inconvenienced by this issue and would like to offer our apologies to them. Canon will continue to strive to provide our customers with high quality products that they can use with confidence. Thank you for your kind understanding.

To check if your G10 is affected, visit (Canon USA): http://www.usa.canon.com/….

thanks to everyone that sent this in

cr

46 responses to “Canon PowerShot G10 Defect”

  1. I didn’t miss your point. I just think it lacks reasonable perspective.

    We completely disagree that the Nikon D3, D90, D300, D40 etc. are point and shoot cameras, as they all had problems, all had firmware undates to fix problems, and if you search on google you will find tons of user complaints on Nikon DSLR’s in various photography forums from a google search. Perspective matters. No one comapny makes perfect products.

    I’ve switched pro SLR systems three times in my career, from Contaxt RTS, RTSII’s with Zeis lenses of which all 3 bodies broke on a shoot in Spain, to Nikon F3’s which I had a fleet of because they all broke so often, to EOS which have yet to break on me from EOS 1’s to my two 1Ds3’s including a couple of XXD bodies as well. Nikons are good cameras. I might buy them now if was starting fresh. But to single Canon out for problems the way you do is not a realistic or reasonable perspective. All camera companies have production problems and defects, always have, always will.

  2. I was born sarcastic. lol

    Personally I think given the huge Canon product line and new cameras released each year the problems are relatively few, and they get fixed.

    Changing things like the LCD on the G series was probably because at the time bigger LCD’s were the rage and they probably thought they were meeting consumer demand. I think a slightly smaller but higher rez LCD like they can make today could justify bringing the swivel back, but we’ll see.

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