Canon Camera CCD Image Sensor Issue

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We bought a Canon S1 IS about 3 years ago. Its been a great camera. Around the beginning of October we noticed the LCD screen what all black and it wouldn’t take any photos. I started searching Google to see if anyone else had this problem and come to find out its a known issue. I contacted canon support and they had my send back my S1 IS. After about a week I got an email that they are fixing the camera and I should have it back in a week. Well about a week later a refurbished S3 IS shows up at my door. They don’t have the parts for my old S1 anymore so they sent me a S3. Sweet!!! Other than it uses SD instead of compact flash. This rocks. Canon has made me a very happy customer!!!

Here is the link if anyone needs it:

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6 thoughts on “Canon Camera CCD Image Sensor Issue

  1. canonpowershot

    Price is unbelieveable at under $7 each, when a new OEM battery costs as much as $60. Time will tell. If I can get 1/6 the 'equivalent' life and service of an OEM battery, it was well worth the price. The S90 OEM battery spec says up to 300 charges are possible. The MaximalPower battery package shows the product has a 3 year limited warranty, but the RMA cost to return if it fails under the 3 warranty period is $9.50 plus postage. Funny that was not mentioned in the “Reviews” I scanned before deciding to buy the batteries. Charged one of the batteries up and it fitted in the S90 with no problem. Now a wait & see game as I compare it side-by-side with the S90 OEM battery.
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  2. canonpowershot

    Price is unbelieveable at under $7 each, when a new OEM battery costs as much as $60. Time will tell. If I can get 1/6 the 'equivalent' life and service of an OEM battery, it was well worth the price. The S90 OEM battery spec says up to 300 charges are possible. The MaximalPower battery package shows the product has a 3 year limited warranty, but the RMA cost to return if it fails under the 3 warranty period is $9.50 plus postage. Funny that was not mentioned in the “Reviews” I scanned before deciding to buy the batteries. Charged one of the batteries up and it fitted in the S90 with no problem. Now a wait & see game as I compare it side-by-side with the S90 OEM battery.
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  3. Camera Recovery Software

    I get really impressed by Canon Service after reading your blog. I think it’s all about customer satisfaction that matters to evolve your business and that’s what canon is doing

  4. Bollards

    Sounds like great customer service although I’ve never had a Canon device or camera myself.

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