The Null Device

I had my digital camera exchanged yesterday; the old one developed a fault where photos were being corrupted in memory, and as it was still under warranty, I got it replaced with a new one. So far, so good; though I've noticed that the new camera has a different colour response to the old one (for one, skies don't have the characteristic bluish-purple tinge they did with the old one, to the same extent). Perhaps it's an artefact of low-tolerance components being used in the cameras (which retail for $150), much like the way every Roland TB-303 sounds slightly different because of the cheap capacitors used in their construction...

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