« on: February 20, 2013, 06:36:28 PM »
Me too. Must be going to combine it with the other update coming in April.
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The problem then, is, you can't set EC in M mode with auto ISO. If you could, there would be no need for a min shutter speed in Av mode.Canon would say, "Buy a 1D X, and you can set a minimum shutter speed from 30 s to 1/4000 s."Or, they might point out that you can set shutter speed in Manual along with aperture and let auto ISO take care of the exposure. Its hardly a big deal. That way, you get that high shutter speed and just the aperture you want.
Why it wouldn't work with one battery? It's designed to hold 2 batteries to add extra usage time, but how about AA batteries? Does it only work with 6 or does it work with only 3 of them, thinking it won't but when that question came up so why not ask it.Completely irrelevant. It takes 6 AA's to have enough voltage to power the camera. Each regular battery has enough power to power the camera on its own. Silly comparison.
Well, it definitely was inferior to the 1D X I have. The silent shutter was nice, but I'm probably going to take my 300 f/2.8 next time and shoot with the 1D X.In what way is it inferior? AF? High ISO noise? Etc.? I can see the difference in build, grip, etc. Interested in functional differences.
Didn't mess up my focusing and this is the only place I've seen it mentioned of being a potential issue.Good call!That new firmware doesn't really do much, other than maybe screw up focussing. I think my random not being able to auto focus could be tied to the update. Just sayin...I'd wait for the next update where more issues are addressed.I never got around to updating mine since day1 (March 23rd) and I have not really had any issues sO I think I will wait until the next one comes out.