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Microsoft are notorious for preferring customers to find the bugs. It's nothing unusual. I assume it is actually more cost-effective.
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Quote: Microsoft are notorious for preferring customers to find the bugs. It's nothing unusual. I assume it is actually more cost-effective.
. For gods sake I just hope you don't work for the OFT . Very strange opinions I must say
Carrabosse do you get bored easily by any chance 35;000 comments on ephotozine and most of them antagonizing I guess
Quote: Carrabosse do you get bored easily by any chance 35;000 comments on ephotozine and most of them antagonizing I guess
Why are you antagonised by the truth?
Quote: Adobe, who have just knowingly issued a version of Lightroom which is full of bugs
All software companies issue software that is knowingly full of bugs, it is simply a judgement call as to how bad/obscure the bugs have to be before you release it.
As for Lightroom 4, I can't say I have noticed any major problems with it. So for me, on my PC the release wasn't too soon...though of course YMMMV
I was shocked at first but after reading the official press release I'm not bothered in the slightest
In extremely dark environments, if the LCD panel illuminates, the displayed exposure value may change. However, based on the results of extensive testing this change in exposure value will not noticeably affect the captured image.
Canon EOS 5D Mark III Digital SLR Camera
*Products whose sixth digit in the serial number is 1 or 2 are affected.
For example, “xxxxx1xxxxxx” or “xxxxx2xxxxxx” ([x] represents any optional number.)
Under almost all shooting conditions (including dark environments) this phenomenon will not affect your captured images. However, if you would like Canon to inspect your camera, we will provide this service free of charge upon request beginning in mid-May. Please contact Canon using the information below to request service.
I get the impression (from the thing above) that the camera is light tight, no external light comes in. It's the back of the LCD which is leaking light internally. There is a distinction.
[quote]Carrabosse do you get bored easily by any chance 35;000 comments on ephotozine and most of them antagonizing I guess
Why are you antagonised by the truth? [/quote. No I'm not antagonized , just being
Observant with your vexatious comments . You seem to get into more arguments on this forum as opposed to giving credable opinions
I think this is nothing as bad as most are making it out to be, the biggest problem is with the Nikon d800 and the D4 and i have heard that the D800 con not be used above F8 as it cannot handle any higher
Thing is, canon say problem can be seen when taking a pic with LCD illuminated and lens cap attached, should I be worried?
You should be very worried if you are taking photos with the lens cap on!
I love carabooose
Observant with your vexatious comments
The only one being vexatious is................ hmm, let me see - er, it's actually YOU!
Sorry if you can't cope. Everyone else seems to be able to.
See, very was underlined and I found myself trying to click it!
I'll remember to make it into a link next time......... a bit tricky with 'very'.
Nah - Very !
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