Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.dcameras (More info?
On 29 Dec 2004 16:11:41 GMT, email@example.com (ShariShira) wrote:
>I was looking up information about my friend's camera and read something about
>E18 which ruins your Canon camera. Its happened to ALOT of people, no matter
>what Canon camera. It makes your camera stop working and people have not had
>the best of luck when it comes to repairing or getting a refund on their
>camera. Please be careful. Because I have two friends who own a Canon, I must
>warn both of them. I don't know if the problem has been fixed or not, but just
>be careful. If you type in a search engine:
>things will come up.
>I just want you to be informed about this, because I know that this is a brand
>people indeed buy.
Ofcourse You'll find more reports about Canon digicams than on, say,
Samsung or most other brands because of the sheer number of digicams
that Canon sell - nontheless it could be a factor in deciding which
digicam to buy.
I've had my Canon PowerShot A60 for 1 3/4 years now, no troubles this
far - and that's after nearly 6000 photos.
Local laws established to protect the rights of the consumer where I
live will help me should my A60 "go sour" - at least the first 2
years since the purchase.