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Thread: What woud you do if the lens you got is a bad copy?

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    Default What woud you do if the lens you got is a bad copy?

    What would you do?

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    Default Re: What woud you do if the lens you got is a bad copy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Trashian View Post
    What would you do?
    Bring back to the shop to change lor..

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    Default Re: What woud you do if the lens you got is a bad copy?

    Bring to service center for calibration?
    Let's get rolling :)

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    Default Re: What woud you do if the lens you got is a bad copy?

    Thanks. But does the shop required you to prove that it is indeed a bad copy?

    Quote Originally Posted by lsisaxon View Post
    Bring back to the shop to change lor..

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    Default Re: What woud you do if the lens you got is a bad copy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Trashian View Post
    Thanks. But does the shop required you to prove that it is indeed a bad copy?
    That's why it is important to buy from a shop you frequent. Usually, the usual shops (CP, AP, MS, J3:16, Lords, TK, TCW, etc..) don't need you to prove it's a bad copy. If they have other copies, they will allow you to swap. It's more difficult if the lens is ordered and they only bring in one piece for you.
    Last edited by lsisaxon; 22nd April 2008 at 03:10 PM.

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    Default Re: What woud you do if the lens you got is a bad copy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Trashian View Post
    Thanks. But does the shop required you to prove that it is indeed a bad copy?

    First you have to got to know that it is a bad copy. How do you know that you got a bad copy in the first place.

    It would depend on the shop on whether they would ask you. I get my lenses from reputable shop like lords and CP, and I never have any problems with
    the lenses.
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