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Defective sensor chips

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Canon, Fuji, Konica Minolta, Nikon, Olympus, and Sony have discovered a possible defect in 60 different model of cameras. Check their web-sites for models a serial numbers.

One model of sensor in all of them. The problem is that the glue they used to attach the screen to the chip can come lose in hot humide weather. This will cause the screen to flicker, or go out completely. They say the camera is still taking pictures though.

According to photo trade journals, they are not recalling any models. If they fail, they will repair them for free(?).

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