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1Ds 3 owners - any Err99 mirror problems?

 
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Jun 15, 2009 19:41 |  #1

Anyone send theirs in for this problem advisory and actually get the camera back and it fixed for more than 1000+ further clicks?

I hear that this problem tends to look cleared when back from repair, but can recur, so the additional 1,000 clicks is needed to see if it really is fixed (1,000 is a number I picked, not some guru in the tech world).

Thanks for any input.




  
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Jun 16, 2009 16:20 |  #2

No problems here, but I can bring this post back to the top to see if anyone has had any issues.


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Jun 16, 2009 16:54 |  #3

The 1Ds3 seems to suffer much less from problems than the 1D3 did. I've never had an Err99 on my 1Ds3 after significant use over a year and a half. Though two of my 1D3 units did have that problem. I'm on my third one now and it's been perfect.


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Jun 16, 2009 18:51 |  #4

Yeah, the feeling I am getting is that few, if any 1ds 3's had the issue.

I recently was provided a replacement copy 1ds3 from Canon due to having to route my copy back to Canon 3 times for Err99 Mirror problems.

Although no camera is impervious to problems, I think this new copy will work well. I am thankful to Canon's Customer Relations Department for working with me over the past 6 months to get this resolved.

Thanks for all the responses.




  
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