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Old Oct 11, 2005, 6:53 PM   #1
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see the news here

http://www.dcresource.com/news/index.php?date=2005-10


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VAtechtigger wrote: Or, since we just happen to bededicated toDigital Photographyhere , see our Breaking News Page.

I also madean "Annoucement" (a.k.a, "Sticky") post in some of the individualcamera forums (for example, THIS POSTmade a week ago in our Fujifilm Forum so that Fuji owners wouldknow about non-Sony sensors that have potentialproblems, too.


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Jeff's a great guy (editor/owner of dcresource.com). But, if your check our Breaking News Page, you'll find stories about many of the same issues here.

This is an interesting problem.

Apparently, the generation of Sony sensors affected by the problem were packaged in plastic (versus ceramic), and the design or manufacturing parameters for the packages involved resulted in their being susceptible to elevated moisture and humidity levels.

I'm still wondering if Olympus, Pentax, and other manufacturers using these same impacted sensors will make their own announcements.

Although all digital camera ownerswon't be impacted, we could be looking at the "tipof the iceburg".

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hehe, yeah I glanced right over it. scooped.
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