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Jul 28, 2011 14:01 |  #6526

It certainly is a great capture


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Jul 29, 2011 00:10 |  #6527

EOS-100-10-1D wrote in post #12837581 (external link)
Regular contributer to this thread "Hemmings" has a 1Dc photo in his Thread "Deer outside our motel patio window". [https://photography-on-the.net …showthread.php?​t=1072986] that's well worth a look! It's a good capture in my opinion.

Thanks for putting that up bud!;)
Here's one more of the Deer and also a pic of the beach in Ocean Shores Washington state.
What a beautiful place.:)


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Jul 29, 2011 11:00 |  #6528

Shot my last game a week or so ago. It was a long season, but I had fun shooting it and learned quite a bit along the way.

Let me know what you think of these. All shot with the 1d Classic, Sigma 100-300mm F4, iso was at 400 and SS varied depending on lighting conditions. All are cropped for web.

Now I am on to soccer. Will post some of those soon.

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Jul 29, 2011 11:10 |  #6529

canons900 wrote in post #12843152 (external link)
Shot my last game a week or so ago. It was a long season, but I had fun shooting it and learned quite a bit along the way.

Let me know what you think of these. All shot with the 1d Classic, Sigma 100-300mm F4, iso was at 400 and SS varied depending on lighting conditions. All are cropped for web.

Now I am on to soccer. Will post some of those soon.


Thanks

Scott

Good series, I like 1 & 4 most.


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Jul 30, 2011 07:00 |  #6530

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Jul 30, 2011 09:48 |  #6531

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Jul 30, 2011 11:46 |  #6532

Hi,

I've been mostly a Nikon user, but have admired the EOS-1D since it came out (for its fluidity and refinement over the equivalent Nikons), and am considering purchasing a used one in the future (not right now though).

The thing is, I was talking with an independent camera repair technician who does a lot of work on professional DSLR bodies (I recently had to have a Nikon body repaired). I asked him about the availability of parts for the original EOS-1D. He told me that it has been much harder to get parts for it than for the equivalent Nikons. Now, I don't know if this is a known issue, or just a temporary supply issue due to the earthquakes, or what. Anyone care to weigh in with experiences repairing this model of camera? I did hear also that Canon service no longer supports the original EOS-1D. Perhaps they stopped making some parts, too? I would like to buy a 1D if possible (maybe 6 months from now) but I won't buy one if it is truly that hard to get replacement parts these days.




  
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Jul 30, 2011 12:06 |  #6533

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Hi,

I've been mostly a Nikon user, but have admired the EOS-1D since it came out (for its fluidity and refinement over the equivalent Nikons), and am considering purchasing a used one in the future (not right now though).

The thing is, I was talking with an independent camera repair technician who does a lot of work on professional DSLR bodies (I recently had to have a Nikon body repaired). I asked him about the availability of parts for the original EOS-1D. He told me that it has been much harder to get parts for it than for the equivalent Nikons. Now, I don't know if this is a known issue, or just a temporary supply issue due to the earthquakes, or what. Anyone care to weigh in with experiences repairing this model of camera? I did hear also that Canon service no longer supports the original EOS-1D. Perhaps they stopped making some parts, too? I would like to buy a 1D if possible (maybe 6 months from now) but I won't buy one if it is truly that hard to get replacement parts these days.

Canon no longer services the 1D. Parts are available on eBay and such, but for mirror box failures and such, Canon no longer stocks the parts.


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Jul 30, 2011 12:24 |  #6534

Virto wrote in post #12848325 (external link)
Canon no longer services the 1D. Parts are available on eBay and such, but for mirror box failures and such, Canon no longer stocks the parts.

So how have people managed to have shutters, mirrors, etc repaired in recent years when necessary? It's not a matter of if, but when a part will fail if the camera is used frequently. I'm not about to give up on owning a 1D just yet.




  
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Jul 30, 2011 13:25 |  #6535

1Dclassic wrote in post #12848387 (external link)
So how have people managed to have shutters, mirrors, etc repaired in recent years when necessary? It's not a matter of if, but when a part will fail if the camera is used frequently. I'm not about to give up on owning a 1D just yet.

Well, if it breaks just buy another one for $300... That's what I paid for mine and it's probably cheaper than fixing it anyway.


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Jul 30, 2011 13:54 |  #6536

A new body costs less than a shutter replacement, so I don't see any reason to worry.
And those things are hard to kill. Believe me, I have tried :P

On a more serious note.. My 1 failed me today :(
I have just been going through the photos from today's shoot (I always bring my 1Dc and switch between cameras) and out of the 500 or so photos from that camera, there is one that is out of focus :O
Had it on AI servo and continuous high the whole time and it actually missed a shot.

It's very hard not to love that camera when this sort of thing comes as a surprise :)




  
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Jul 30, 2011 14:17 as a reply to  @ quiksquirrel's post |  #6537

So are 1D bodies really not repairable anymore due to lack of replacement shutters and other common parts?! No one anywhere has parts stocked? And no 1D parts are interchangeable with any 1D II, 1D III, or 1D IV parts?

How about 1D II, II N, and 1Ds II....repairable still?

This cannot be true that it's nearly impossible. I'd like to hear from people who have had repairs done recently and successfully. If there is no one, I will believe it.




  
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Jul 30, 2011 14:25 |  #6538

1Dclassic wrote in post #12848820 (external link)
So are 1D bodies really not repairable anymore due to lack of replacement shutters and other common parts?! No one anywhere has parts stocked? And no 1D parts are interchangeable with any 1D II, 1D III, or 1D IV parts?

This cannot be true. I'd like to hear from people who have had repairs done recently.

Doesn't make much sense to pay more than $300 for a repair if picking up another 1D will cost you just as much. I'd imagine the cost of replacing the shutter (parts and labor), considering the rarity of the part and finding a 3rd party technician that will do it, it'll run you more than $300.




  
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Jul 30, 2011 14:59 |  #6539

Goonish wrote in post #12848844 (external link)
Doesn't make much sense to pay more than $300 for a repair if picking up another 1D will cost you just as much. I'd imagine the cost of replacing the shutter (parts and labor), considering the rarity of the part and finding a 3rd party technician that will do it, it'll run you more than $300.

My recent Nikon shutter replacement was under $300. There was no way I was going to find another body in as good shape for that amount. Then again, the part was readily available.

What's the going rate for EX+ or like new 1D bodies outside of KEH (which wants $550-600)?




  
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Jul 30, 2011 15:13 |  #6540

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