A new video that appears to show Canon’s latest flagship camera breaking in a manner that’s very similar to what’s seen on some consumer digital cameras has sparked widespread interest on the internet, and has raised concerns about Canon’s ability to properly test its new flagship camera.
This is not the first time Canon has been accused of not testing their new camera thoroughly.
The company’s cameras are notorious for having “broken” cameras, and the company is known to frequently test cameras on the backs of their customers before releasing them to the public.
The problem with Canon’s practice is that this happens a lot, and it’s not uncommon for cameras to “break” over time.
The problems Canon faces are similar to those with Apple’s new iPhones.
The problem is that these “broken cameras” are typically not related to camera quality, and instead have to do with Canon cameras manufacturing processes.
In the new video, a camera user named Alex (not his real name) can be seen trying to unpack his Canon EOS 55D, which is manufactured by Canon.
Alex tries to remove the lens cap, the sensor and the camera body, and finally removes the battery.
As he is attempting to remove these items, he finds the battery compartment has been cracked and breaks.
The camera, however, is in perfect working order, with no visible damage to the battery or any signs of “brokenness.”
This is something that we would expect Canon to test and correct, and we are happy to report that Canon has indeed done just that, in the new update.
The camera user also claims that the camera was working normally until he removed the lens caps, and that it was even working properly without the battery pack.
At this point, Alex has been given a camera repair kit, but we are not sure what this repair kit actually does, since it doesn’t seem to be very specific in its instructions.
After receiving this repair, Alex reported the issue to Canon.
The issue was resolved within 24 hours, and Alex is currently waiting to see if he will receive a refund.
The only thing that Alex is certain of is that Canon is working hard to fix their broken cameras, so it’s definitely not a perfect system.
We’ve contacted Canon for comment, and will update this article if we receive a response.
Canon is still awaiting a response to Alex’s claim that his new camera has been working perfectly.
Here’s what the new camera looks like on Alex’s Canon 55D: