Frodge wrote in post #17666482
I think you've given them a proper amount of time to fix it. I would call and ask to speak to the managers manager and demand a new camera. They cant fix it and the body is spending more time in transit and in their hands than in your home. Luckily I live not far from the Jersey service center. If I were in your shoes, I would drive down and demand a new body.
Like Frodge, I live less than a 90 minute drive to the Jersey Canon Repair Facility.
In January of this year I purchased a second brand new 5D Mark III. When compared to my original, the meters were off by 1/3 of a stop. For a week I bumped up the exposure + 1/3 of the original to be equal of the new. The new body compared favorably to my Sekonic 358 L meter.
After a phone call to Canon, they said they could adjust one of the bodies to the other. The next day I brought both bodies. Instead of having one of the people at the desk take notes of the situation, I asked nicely if I would be able to show them what the actual problem was. After diagnosing both bodies, they found that the original body was in fact 1/3 underexposed.
As a CPS Member, 48 hours later I was back on the Jersey Turnpke picking up the original body I left for repair.
Fixed right the first time.
Sometimes you have to push things along.
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