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Canon UK - A Thankyou

 
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Jun 06, 2007 09:54 |  #1

Last Sunday, having returned home and reviewed my shots for the day, I was horrified to notice that all of my high shutter speed shots were exhibiting a bright band across the top of every frame :(

I suspected that the shutter was 'bouncing'. Anyway I phoned Canon Technical and expalined the problem and they agreed. I then contacted the service centre at Elstree and they asked me to post it in, or drop it off.

I drove to Elstree with my camera. I was concerned that the body was out of warranty by 6 months, but the shutter had only around 3500 actuations. I chatted with the staff and expressed my concern over the low shutter count for such a failure. I left it with them.

Three days later I received an email stating that the camera had been repaired and I could come and pick it up.

The work schedule listed - Optics and sensor cleaned, and shutter unit replaced. I gritted my teeth and looked at the cost....... nothing :shock:

Canon had carried out the work on a goodwill basis. They did not have to do this as, as stated earlier, the camera was out of warranty.

I would like to express my thanks to Canon on this forum, brilliant service and customer care in this case.

Thankyou - Thankyou - Thankyou........


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Jun 06, 2007 10:04 |  #2

Alright for some!!!

When my 300f4 went into get the barrel tightened they charged me £50 and it was only 6 months outta warranty.

Nah to be fair I cant reall fault the CPS centre at Elstree as they fixed my 1D2n in under a week when the AF wouldn't engage. It was under warranty and they replaced the power unit

Good people

Neil

EDIT: Do you realise your CPS link is out of date? They have a new site cpn.canon-europe.com and its now known as Canon Professional Network but appears to be the same thing


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Jun 06, 2007 10:16 |  #3

Nice to hear something good about em!

usually its all moans and groans!

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Jun 06, 2007 10:21 |  #4

Hooray Good show Canon! Touch wood, fingers crossed etc i dont ever have to use them :) But im now not scared to as much as i was before! :)


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Jun 06, 2007 12:57 as a reply to  @ Big WIll's post |  #5

Nice Result :grin:




  
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Jun 11, 2007 07:35 |  #6

Hi is it the same as this ?

I'm having a problem - the bright band on the left hand side has started to appear on all my shots taken with my EOS-1Dmk11.

It seems to get more noticable at shutter speeds over 1/1000 of a second.

I suspect I have some sort of shutter problem - Has anyone else had a similar problem ?

You can view an example pic showing the problemm here:

farm2.static.flickr.co​m/1043/540365168_51bf6​cd8f3_b.jpg




  
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