« on: July 30, 2012, 12:54:56 PM »
It shouldn't be doing it when the camera is powering up, although normally when it's powered off (by the switch, not always when it does it automatic timeout shutdown) it should perform the self-cleaning.
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Thanks everyone. It just seem to start when I started using the grip. Something weird happen once attaching the grip where the camera didn't start back up. Maybe the clock battery got fried.
Well since it is a cheap fix I'll start there.
Thank you for the replies! When they guy first contacted me I thought it was a 24-70 and that might have made it easier for me to want to trade but Im not so sure about a 28-70. So how does a lens wear out? Does it lose IQ and sharpness over time?
Everyone has their own style, but I find 17mm too wide on full frame, although I used to use the 17-40 all the time on crop for landscapes. Also, filter use will start to be an issue, even at 24mm, if you use a second adaptor to allow combined use of CPL and ND grads, then a 100mm filter set will be visible in frame. I would therefore lean towards the 24-105 instead of the 17-40.
Yeah sounds like what kbmelb said. Same thing happens with computers and the battery on the motherboards. Iv bought brand new ones that we dead on arrival. 2-3 dollar fix. If not, exchange it if you have a return policy.
You can buy a single-use camera for underwater use for 10 bucks, please don't tell me the best reason we can come up with to get a DOUBLE priced 1d X over a 5d3 is the damn weathersealing???