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Aug 11, 2011 09:08 |  #31

ok, I'm not even joking. When I tried to turn on my 7D, I saw this outside of my window:

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Aug 11, 2011 09:11 |  #32

CanonEOS, in your other thread, post #58, the camera is turned 180 degrees.

That's why the damage looks different - you're comparing the front of the camera to the back of it.
Look at your own camera to confirm the positions of the hotshoe and the buttons.




  
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Aug 11, 2011 09:12 |  #33
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Where are you mods?


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Aug 11, 2011 09:18 |  #34

I give up.


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Aug 11, 2011 09:20 as a reply to  @ Stamp's post |  #35

get a life..hope mods lock this one as well..it is a useless thread. You sound like a big cry baby and want attention. Hopefully a BAN is in your near future as well


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Aug 11, 2011 09:21 |  #36

You do realize the yellow part that you(?) circled... that's the ribbed edges of the rubber eyepiece, right? That's NOT the dioptic wheel.

Do you own a 7D? If not, then I guess you have ignorance as your defense? The ribbed area provides some friction for you to pinch and remove the rubber eyepiece. The dioptic adjusting wheel is actually on the upper right portion of your yellow oval... where it's melted.


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Aug 11, 2011 09:22 |  #37

Can't we just get to the bottom of this for once and for all before we initiate the wow-strange-mods sequence?

Otherwise it's going to be like a fat woman in a girdle - it'll only splurge out sonewhere else ...




  
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Aug 11, 2011 09:23 |  #38

jwcdds wrote in post #12915906 (external link)
You do realize the yellow part that you(?) circled... that's the ribbed edges of the rubber eyepiece, right? That's NOT the dioptic wheel.

Do you own a 7D? If not, then I guess you have ignorance as your defense? The ribbed area provides some friction for you to pinch and remove the rubber eyepiece.

It's no use jwcdds, you, someone else, and myself have already told him that, but he refuses to believe that there is no conspiracy.


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Aug 11, 2011 09:25 |  #39

Stamp wrote in post #12915921 (external link)
It's no use jwcdds, you, someone else, and myself have already told him that, but he refuses to believe that there is no conspiracy.

Oh, well, I guess I missed the other thread. :lol:


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Aug 11, 2011 09:32 |  #40
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Quizzical_Squirrel wrote in post #12915847 (external link)
CanonEOS, in your other thread, post #58, the camera is turned 180 degrees.
That's why the damage looks different - you're comparing the front of the camera to the back of it.
Look at your own camera to confirm the positions of the hotshoe and the buttons.

I didn't change any pictures to 180 degrees and the pictures don't lie it don't matter how you take it I will show you one that I posted before.

In the yellow part and blue part looks different one is all melted and the other is not near the eyeplece;)


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Aug 11, 2011 09:34 |  #41

Right, so you have photos of a burned/melted camera. What is the point you are trying to make? I still don't understand what you are trying to point out!!!!


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Aug 11, 2011 09:36 as a reply to  @ Mike's post |  #42

HAHA someone has waaaayyyy to much time on their hands bw!




  
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Aug 11, 2011 09:36 |  #43
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jwcdds wrote in post #12915906 (external link)
You do realize the yellow part that you(?) circled... that's the ribbed edges of the rubber eyepiece, right? That's NOT the dioptic wheel.

Do you own a 7D? If not, then I guess you have ignorance as your defense? The ribbed area provides some friction for you to pinch and remove the rubber eyepiece. The dioptic adjusting wheel is actually on the upper right portion of your yellow oval... where it's melted.

I do know what I see in the picture that looks strange looks strange to me, I just said it looks like a dioptic wheel i did say it was and no I don't own a 7D but i have many pictures of it from the web and i have seen it in the shop.

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Aug 11, 2011 09:42 as a reply to  @ CanonEOS's post |  #44

You're doing all of this because someone supposedly burnt up two 7D's in an effort to make SanDisk look better? :rolleyes: Seriously?


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Aug 11, 2011 09:42 |  #45
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Mike wrote in post #12915999 (external link)
Right, so you have photos of a burned/melted camera. What is the point you are trying to make? I still don't understand what you are trying to point out!!!!

I am know what you are doing i am not silly everyone here understands read my other thread that's a clue.;) and please keep to the OP

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