You may look at this and tell me I’m wrong; why would I buy a camera from another country, with difficulties in returning it, and, possibly, with a smaller time-frame for warranty than in Romania (one year vs. two years)? The answer is simple – I don’t “believe” in warranties; sure, if you ask me, give me not 2 years, but 200 years of warranty; but, the thing is, if I am to pay more for warranty of a product, I would not do it; I have been using digital devices all my life; rarely, if ever, did I had to use my warranty; even in cases where I needed warranty, most of the time its warranty-free (let’s say, I drop a product in water); I rarely needed warranty for a product.
There’s a movie which I like a lot and express one thing: “I don’t do change”. Essence of life – one doesn’t do change. It may inspire it, provoke it, ignite it. Not actually do it. “We cannot do great things on this Earth, only small things with great love.” – Mother TERESA (Mother Teresa quotes; Mother Teresa – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) It’s an important distinction: change, great things, huge accomplishments take a lot of things. But what I can do is small things. With love, as mother TERESA puts it.