as the camera has to go back.
What a piece of junk. I'm not thrilled with how this camera has worked from the beginning: to have it break within 6 months of purchase, the length of time it took them to fix it. Then to send it back with a different problem. They replaced the optical unit, but somehow managed to mangle the on/off button.
When it came back and I tried to turn it on, it wouldn't work, but I assumed the batteries were dead. I changed batteries and messed around with it a bit, and it did eventually turn on.
Today it won't turn on at all-and those batteries are obviously brand new. Looking at the on/off button, I can tell it's wonky.
So dear Canan, this might be a DOA as far as I'm concerned.
Sadly, Matt chose this camera due to it's high customer reviews. However, I wouldn't give this camera any kind of positive reviews.
So my day isn't starting on a good foot. As not only am I having the camera issues, I was showing Matt the increases on the Landscape shawl this morning and I found two errors. Errors that are going to have to be fixed. That's a lot of knitting to undo and I'm not happy about it.
Okay, that's it, I'm casting on something new.