it’s a trust issue.

When you buy a product, you expect it to work to it’s full potential. If not, then it’s not a good product, which makes you not trust said product and not trust the people who sell it.

Now when it’s the people who sell it that originate the issue and can’t seem to find a fix for it…that’s just bad.

I’m in a house where there are two Canon 5dmarkII, a Canon 7D, a 35mm f/2.0, a 50mm f/1.8, a 50mm f/1.2 and a 17-40mm f/4.0. Needless to say we trust Canon. Unless they mess up and can’t seem to fix the issue.
This is exactly what happen to keoshi, and I’m not gonna dwell any further, I’m just leaving you with the link to his post so you can read all about what happen to his 5dmkii…
Make sure you read it and share.
I didn’t think something like this could happen with Canon.

On a different note, today was a slow day. There was a strike going on so I just stayed home and worked…but it was such a sunny and beautiful day outside!

sunny day out.