Question about Canon EOS 550D Rebel T2i Digital Camera
This is what may be happening. First of all, that is a EXCEPTIONAL camera. Getting a lot of noise in a photo would signify a defective CCD or a component within the imaging circuit having failed. IT'S NOT YOU.
Solid State Electronics, and digital cameras definitely fall into that category, if they are going to fail, will fail within the first 90 days or so. Good rule of thumb. If they get past that point, they will usually go for many years without a failure, if taken care of.
It appears to me that this one slipped through quality control cracks of Canon.
I would contact Canon's customer support for an exchange.
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Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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