CANON has warned clients of potential problems with all the Canon EOS 750D and Canon EOS 760D. The company urges customers to check on their digital cameras serial number and it has pledged to freely inspect and repair affected devices. An apologetic Canon UK told AP: we could confirm we have identified a problem with some of our EOS 750D and EOS 760D cameras in the form of white spotting on an optical layer as you’re watching image sensor.Under certain shooting conditions, this may influence final image quality.
A countermeasure was implemented in the manufacturing process, to make certain future manufacturing units will not be affected. Canon added: Any customers who might be affected are advised to see Canons customer support site, where further guidelines concerning the repair procedure are provided.
Meanwhile, the company has reminded photographers that the free repair period for the EOS 5D should come to an end on 30 September 2015. The EOS 5D warning dates from 2009, when Canon cautioned that the main mirror for the digital camera might become detached in rare instances, and pictures not viewable through the viewfinder. For help visit canon support website.