Fri 25-Jan-13 10:59 AM | edited Fri 25-Jan-13 11:08 AM by KnightPhoto
I arrived at my conclusion by monitoring these and other forums, as well as Thom Hogan's site and other blogs such as Mansurov and Ming Thien. For months and months now the discussion has shifted to fallout and away from new reports. I take that to mean the root manufacturing cause is corrected. Now that is not the same thing as proof, but advice these days is buy from a dealer with a good returns policy, test your camera within this period, and return it if it shows the problem. Today's post below shows how blatantly the problem represents itself if your camera has it.
I think you will be fine.
Also, I would suggest a trial run of the test with your current camera, so that you are able to understand the procedure and produce a good baseline. Luis, below, is clearly a very good tester with a good methodology..