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rickz_86 Jun 10, 2004 7:16 PM

Hi. I wanted to ask if anybody knows about the problem with this type of body. I recently read in an review of the Canon S400 that said that a guy owned it for 8 months and it stopped working. He said Canon told him that because of its aluminum body it corrodes over time if there are temperature changes at least 15 degrees in change. Does this happen to this model of Casio too?(Exilim EX-Z40) I ask this because this casio has an aluminum body too.

ralphuk100 Jun 26, 2004 10:24 AM

That sounds a bit far fetched to me. Its only the body that is aluminium. The workings are conventional. Conversationally, my QV-R40 corroded on me but thats because I dropped it, not the aluminium corroding lol.

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