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Is there such a thing?
My 30D was sent back to Canon last week Monday, and finally got some news from the reseller which I purchased the camera from.
I sent it in for reasons stated in the following forum topic Long Exposure Noise Phenomenon.
The chap at the store told me that a technical person is going to re-calibrate the sensor on the 30D and run tests thereafter. Is there such a thing? Or is this just a stall tactic?
Thanks in advance.
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To my knwoledge in theory you can calibrate a camera for its gain (ISO) response and also for its long noise performance, and finaly you can also map out hot pixels.
What can be done for your model I do not know.
All Canon's Sensor Calibration did was waste a couple days. 2 weeks now without the camera, and they have finally decided to replace the sensor? Should I be worried?
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