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60D users, friends and their random OT B.S. (II)

 
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Sep 19, 2013 22:28 |  #4921

Immaculens wrote in post #16310528 (external link)
consider doing a factory default reset...

This is a response I got back from the Canon tech service people about resetting Becky's SL1 to factory settings:

Power Reset

1. Make sure the camera is off, and then remove the battery, memory card, and lens.

2. Close the battery/memory card doors.

3. Turn the power switch to the "ON" position, and then press and hold down the shutter button for 10 seconds.

4. Release the shutter button, reinsert the battery, memory card, and attach the lens.

5. Power the camera on.

If the camera does not respond to the power reset then we recommend sending it in for evaluation. Canon cameras come with a 1 year warranty from the date of purchase for manufacturer defects. The following instructions will outline the how to send the camera in for service.

Though I don't know for sure, I would guess this would work for the 60D. You can try the "restore to factory settings" first to see if that works: http://www.mahalo.com …dslr-to-default-settings/ (external link) as Will suggested.


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Sep 19, 2013 22:28 |  #4922

Thanks Vins and that sucks Jay.


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Sep 19, 2013 23:42 as a reply to  @ Dr.D's post |  #4923

a day out with my photo buddy

asked a cowgirl trick-rider to turn her head and look up. Horse was a natural

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Sep 20, 2013 05:54 |  #4924

Love that second one, Will.



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Sep 20, 2013 06:21 |  #4925

Well, I took the plunge and ordered.... wait for it.... lol.

Nothing expensive like a 70D, just a Lightroom 5 upgrade. I know this has been asked before but when I get ready to install it, I'll be asking for advice on how to get all my Lightroom 4 photos into Lightroom 5. I'm hoping this will be done automatically upon installation. Is this the case since this is an upgrade, not a totally new program? It doesn't show up until Monday.


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Sep 20, 2013 07:46 |  #4926

You see lots of pics of these aerobatic flight teams. But I don't think I've ever seem a shot with the planes and the con-trails stacked up like this. :cool:

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Sep 20, 2013 07:56 |  #4927

Nice shots Will!


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Sep 20, 2013 08:01 |  #4928

Will,

I have to agree, your photograph of the mechanical birds is very cool. Birds of a different feather in flight..... amazing. ;)


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Sep 20, 2013 08:15 |  #4929

Thanks everyone for your suggestions. I tried the factory reset with no success. Google really didn't return a slew of responses, so this doesn't seem to be a common problem with the 60D. It will be 3 years old next month, so considering that, I think it's just one of those things. I'll contact Canon and send it in for them to fix. I can use my 5Dc until I can get it repaired which is great, but that whole "you never really appreciate what you have until it's gone" sure rings true at times like this.

I'll keep you posted on this just in case someone else develops this lil problem...



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Sep 20, 2013 08:18 |  #4930

sad to hear. it will be fixed soon. maybe just some loose connected inside.


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Sep 20, 2013 08:37 |  #4931

Cory beautiful set of images I really like those fantastic light.

Will love the second shot that will look great printed large.


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Sep 20, 2013 09:57 |  #4932

jay125 wrote in post #16310482 (external link)
Just curious here. My main scroll wheel (top, behind the shutter button) no longer works. Has anyone seen this before? It clicks and all, it just doesn't change the settings anymore, i.e. in M it doesn't adjust the shutter speed, it just spins with the clicks...

Check the scroll wheel on your grip! Might be in between two stops, did that on mine a couple of times before I figured it out.


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Sep 20, 2013 10:01 |  #4933

Phoenixkh wrote in post #16311109 (external link)
Well, I took the plunge and ordered.... wait for it.... lol.

Nothing expensive like a 70D, just a Lightroom 5 upgrade. I know this has been asked before but when I get ready to install it, I'll be asking for advice on how to get all my Lightroom 4 photos into Lightroom 5. I'm hoping this will be done automatically upon installation. Is this the case since this is an upgrade, not a totally new program? It doesn't show up until Monday.

When you install it you get the option to pick up your library from Version 4 or start from fresh, will just have to customize a few settings to get it the way you had your old version. Might be just mine but 5.2 seems to run out of memory when exporting photos a lot of the time.


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Sep 20, 2013 10:13 |  #4934

Str0ntium wrote in post #16311077 (external link)
Love that second one, Will.

BurnUnit wrote in post #16311244 (external link)
You see lots of pics of these aerobatic flight teams. But I don't think I've ever seem a shot with the planes and the con-trails stacked up like this. :cool:

Approve!!! :D

Hardcore wrote in post #16311261 (external link)
Nice shots Will!

Phoenixkh wrote in post #16311273 (external link)
Will,

I have to agree, your photograph of the mechanical birds is very cool. Birds of a different feather in flight..... amazing. ;)

pauly916 wrote in post #16311357 (external link)
Will love the second shot that will look great printed large.

Thanks folks!

This was a similar one a second later

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on a different and humorous note, when I was grabbing the above from Flickr - there was a moment while the page was loading and during that 0.8 seconds of loading there was some small text seen:

- milking butterflies -

:lol:

good for them for a sense of bizarre humor :cool:

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Sep 20, 2013 10:43 |  #4935

jay125 wrote in post #16310482 (external link)
Just curious here. My main scroll wheel (top, behind the shutter button) no longer works. Has anyone seen this before? It clicks and all, it just doesn't change the settings anymore, i.e. in M it doesn't adjust the shutter speed, it just spins with the clicks...

laughingscotsman wrote in post #16311565 (external link)
Check the scroll wheel on your grip! Might be in between two stops, did that on mine a couple of times before I figured it out.

I second the recommendation to check your grip. Even to the point of removing it and just using a battery. Then retry the grip. I've had glitchy things a couple of time in connection with my grip.


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