Besides creating an awesome piece of gadget, your business model is quite simply, untouchable... in a class by itself. I mean, it's something that an MBA class can greatly benefit from. I just keep loving it!
Another option is using something like a bugzilla database that owners can file bugs into. Jim, and co, could use a locked thread to post fixed bugs in.
Or Jim could simply edit the first post in the thread each time a new firmware update comes out, which is, I suspect, the plan. All subsequent posts like this one are merely commenting on the latest firmware as posted in post #1, so going first post then latest page or two should suffice to check out real world user experiences of the latest firmware (including Jim with his cameras if he wants to post independently of his first bug-list post).
The post´s in this tread are mostly about this thread itself.
As soon as we have a real buglist, (and enough cameras out there) there should be a dedicated sticky (maybe with write privileges only for the moderators) .... ( and Jim).
As Jarred made clear, bug reporting is better done by direct mail to RED.
Things will get confusing enough with different firmwares and hw combinations out there.
I´m sure we will all like a condensed and precise "Don´t"-list.
BUG- In our 9/23/07 build, the fans would not lower RPM during record.
A new build 9/25/07 fixes this issue.
And next to every bug you just place 'FIXED' or something, so people just have to read the beginning of the thread to see what's up, instead of going trough all the pages... ?
and click "find more posts by this user"
what else is worth reading anyways =]
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