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I bought a pristine D-Lux 7 a couple of months ago from an (apparently) well respected dealer.
Camera seems super, and I am really happy with the results so far.
However I was giving it a clean and noticed that part of the "O" and a complete "F" have disappeared from the word "OFF" at the on/off switch..... photo attached.
I don't for one minute think a company like Leica would produce a camera where the text wears off so quickly?
The seller sent me lots of close-ups before I bought, and the full word "Off" is clearly there. I've taken maybe around 1000 shots only, but won't have switched it on/off anything like that many times, I'm sure.
Everything else seems fine (except for a missing "Wi-Fi" section in the menu but Fotos works OK so assume that's me not reading the manual well enough yet.)
Has anyone else had experience of this..... or have I bought a copy/fake??? I can't believe it's a copy because it works so well.... but equally I can't believe the text has rubbed off so quickly either!
Any suggestions or ideas would be welcome.
I posted same on DP Review forum too.... any insights from anywhere would be great!
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