« on: November 03, 2012, 04:48:07 PM »
Did you try it in the hot shoe? If it works in the hot shoe, then its a cable issue.
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Here's another question, if you use the default AE lock (i.e. * button), is there any way to disable it without turning the camera off and the back on? Maybe I'm being stupid, but I've never found a way! (Personally, I generally use back button AF, with AF disabled on the shutter button and AE lock on half press).Just let go of the button and its unlocked. You might have changed the default setting to AE Lock (Hold), which holds the AE Setting until you press the button again. Read page 321-326 of the manual to see how to re-assign the function to default.
Toss in the equipment you'll get for $4k is used and/or refurbished...Yes, I believe their term "Battle Tested" means used. Its discontinued, so they are no longer making them. Parts might be hard to find in a few years.
You did not find anything, because Rokinon does not make lenses, they rebrand other makes. Search for Samyang.
I dug through the forums here, and I didn't see a dedicated thread (there was some good info in the 12-24mm thread tho).
Is Canon allowed to do this.Yes, Sony has been doing it for many years, Apple for years, Nikon started last year, and now Canon.
Isn't this borderline price fixing.