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KenTaylor e2
10 3.0k 2 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2008 9:06PM
Where does this leave the affected models?
Is there a possible correction through their service centres?
Ken

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stevekhart 8 4.5k 3 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2008 9:42PM

Quote:Where does this leave the affected models?
Is there a possible correction through their service centres?



Yes, call Pentax Customer Service and request a pair of...



wait for it....


Pentax shoes

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philstaff 6 51 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2008 10:22PM

Quote:Where does this leave the affected models?
Is there a possible correction through their service centres?
Ken



Thats a very good point if they have corrected this problem in the new camera then surely they are obliged to correct the problem on earlier models.
lobsterboy e2
10 14.2k 13 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2008 9:09PM
Ratcatcher 7 22 United Kingdom
16 May 2008 1:06PM
I must say that after all the leaning banter, i'ts nice to see my post is now being taken more seriously.
kenp 8 96 United Kingdom
27 May 2008 6:27PM
It is nice to see the problem being talked about in a serious manner Ratcatcher!.......It seems the schoolboys have gone home!.....I have just bought the K20 and I have the same problem,I get around it by overcompensating, but it is something I will have to get rectified either through the retailer or Pentax themselves!........I also think the site Moderator should have stepped in on this thread !....you did afterall ask a serious question and all you required was a sensible answer!....I hope you get sorted out my friend!....Cheers kenp
Ratcatcher 7 22 United Kingdom
2 Jun 2008 7:08PM
Thanks Kenp
I was thinking of contacting Pentax to get it looked at as it's still under warranty, but the problem then is how long will that take, from what i've heard they never seem to be in a hurry to fix things. I don't want to be without my camera for too long.

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