What do you think? I bought my Olympus OMD EM5 Mark ii three years ago. After 8 months it failed to turn on a few times, so I brought it in to Olympus Plaza, the Olympus repair centre for Tokyo. They said that they couldn't locate a problem because it turned on consistently when they tried it (of course, just like when you visit the doctor and it doesn't hurt anymore). Recently the problem returned, but this time it failed to turn on consistently. I brought it in and a week later was given a 12,000 yen repair bill. I argued that since the problem occured within a year, they should repair it for free, but they said that corrosion had caused the problem. They couldn't provide me with photographs or the corroded parts, though. We talked about it for an hour, but to no avail. Japan is humid in the summer, but I doubt a camera would suffer from corrosion after just three years. I believe the problem was a fault in manufacture. Any thoughts?