I've been using my mum's 40-year old spotmatic for a few months, it works fine.briansquibb said:Give me some good news for a change
The Spotmatic was the first camera that I bought new. For its day it was really gooddr croubie said:I've been using my mum's 40-year old spotmatic for a few months, it works fine.briansquibb said:Give me some good news for a change
She used it for 40 years before that, it worked fine.
Sounds like good camera news to me.
Does that count?
Or my good news is that I have to give it back, because i'm getting an EOS 3 in the mail soon, did they have light-leaks or fuzzy viewfinders?
having worked in software for a living I can tell you that you're absolutely way off the mark. Simple fact of software: you share libraries. the D800 and D4 use the same processor and it is logical they share some code.mjbehnke said:If the lockup is happening in two different camera with different types of firmware, sounds like a hardware issue with a microprocessor or some part of a sensor that both cameras have in them. Strange.