Look, all I am saying is for accuracy sake ... which you do not want them (the repair facility) questioning, "optimize" your shooting conditions. Shooting stuff under less than "normal" conditions often results in less than perfect product. Just put yourself in their shoes ... how far off the mark is the range in focus. It gets a little hairy with sub-par lighting. If it REALLY is hosed up ... it'll be hosed up no matter how much more light you throw at it.
I say, "Take away any excuse."
Yeah, for sure. lol, I still don't know how they manage to look over your camera so many times and not find anything wrong with it. Hopefully the stop sign will help!
Originally Posted by DonSchap
As much as SONY would like to believe that this camera repair station is up to snuff, they repair all makers ... and as such, there are no experts ... just "familiar with"s. So, when a SONY shows up ... it's best guess time. Laredo, TX, on the other hand, is SONY.
Again, I suspect something else involved ... and it is NOT doing the repair. 'Nuff said, as we shall see.