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sccdominant
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Hey guys just wondering if anyone knows how to shut the camera without opening and closing the slide cover? it would be great to know if anyone knows of an alternative way of powering off the S80

Post #1, May 26, 2006 16:20:05


Canon 20D
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70-200 f4 L
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no one?

Post #2, May 26, 2006 16:47:12


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G ­ M ­ Fude
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Sorry about the delay in replying - been overseas for a while and didn't bother logging in.

Press and hold the Func Set button for 5 or 6 seconds. That will do what you want.

Not all that convenient because of the long time required to perform the task; Canon included it so you can power down the camera when it's in the underwater housing.

Post #3, Jun 17, 2006 02:57:09 as a reply to sccdominant's post 21 days earlier.


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sweet i just got a underwater casing for it thats why i was wondering

Post #4, Jun 19, 2006 00:26:45


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