Replaced my 5dmkii with a 6d. One of the nice features is the 'Silent shutter' feature.
But are there any disadvantages with using this? I believe the frame rate is reduced, but I didn't buy the 6d for that, and in single shot mode, it's not going to be an issue.
I can see a nice clear 'click' sound might be ideal in studio work. But for travel or street photography, any reason why I shouldn't leave it on silent shutter continuous shooting mode all the time, apart from when i might want max FPS?
I'd like to know too. I leave the silent mode on all the time and I wonder if there's any other downside other than reduced burst rate.
It'd be great if someone could explain how it works also.
« Last Edit: June 18, 2013, 02:27:52 PM by sunnyVan »
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