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5D MK2 Issues..... Resolved!

 
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Mar 30, 2013 09:54 |  #1

So, I had my 5D2 since last August.. Over the time I have had it, I had more "Misses" then Keepers.. I always thought it was due to my shooting Crop bodies all this time.. So fast forward a little.. The last Party I shot, my cam started to do ODD things.. ( Random sensor cleaning, freezing up, along with the Shi**y Battery life I have always complained about)..

So I sent it in to Canon..

Its night and Day now... Took Kids to the Zoo yesterday and I am blown away! Only 2 or 3 Non-Keepers... The AF was spot on for 99% of the shots I took!!! And.. Over 300 Shots taken (All Raw, Tamron 70-300 with VC on, kids constantly asking to see the shots I took via LCD) my battery is currently sitting at 89% where it would have been at less then 40%..

Happy now..

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Mar 30, 2013 10:19 |  #2

Congrats on getting it working right...Now go out and shoot some more!:)


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Mar 30, 2013 10:31 as a reply to  @ rrblint's post |  #3

What did they do to it?


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Mar 30, 2013 14:40 |  #4

RWK wrote in post #15772256 (external link)
What did they do to it?

I shipped it out via the Store I bought it from, (Berger Bros. in NY) They have the PP work, but did not state exactly what was replaced.. All I know is that it is Night and day now..

If I were to ship it myself, Per Canon rep, they could have provided me with the info..


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