Check the voltage of the backup battery(C1616) to make sure that it is in working order or else get it replaced . See if it helps.
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I've used both Digital rev and hdew cameras without problems. Digital rev was for my 7D, 24-105 and 12-24 all in one package. It was shipped to me via DHL direct from Hong Kong and on the outside was marked as being worth about £30-£40 to avoided customs opening it, actual value was more like £1600! I bought my 70-200 from hdew and from the box it seems like they shipped it from their UK address.
You could ring them up to settle any questions you have, I did that with hdew. Hdew emailed me to confirm order, that payment had been taken and when it was dispatched so I'd know it would be delivered the next day which was a nice touch I thought.
I'd use both again, by my calculations I've saved about £1k over anything a camera store in the UK could offer.
If you are will having concerns, look up Ian Kerso in Scotland. He seems to be well recommended (although I haven't used him myself), and I think he may actually be selling items with a UK Canon warranty, which the others I have used don't offer, they do provide their own warranties though.
I clicked on ISO on video mode. It says I can't use ISO on video mode.
I received my Canon 5D MKiii from BigValueInc.
Many people have complained that the cameras (advertized USA market) were, in fact, grey market. LOOK CLOSER - The camera that I received has a FAKE SERIAL NUMBER
BigValueInc sold me a STOLEN Canon 5D mk iii!!!
It is disappointing that I received the recommendation from CanonRumors. I am currently trying to get this resolved.
BigValueInc is unapologetic for selling stolen gear. They deny that the camera is stolen despite the fact that they sent me the counterfeit serial and that the REAL serial is embedded in the camera's bios.
The thing to be concerned about is that the seller is a liar. That means that anything he said about the camera is suspect.
Including, quite possibly, the claim that the seller actually owned the camera. Is there a way to do a search for camera serial numbers to make sure it hasn't been reported as stolen?
I'm a visual kind of guy.. which button are we talking about ?
Which one should I choose ? Please help.