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Jul 03, 2017 20:15 |  #9646

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Jul 04, 2017 06:45 as a reply to  @ post 18393292 |  #9647

I would try with a product like the EYELEAD Sensor gel Stick before I tried a wet cleaning of your sensor. I consider it less invasive. A lit, magnifying loupe is also useful so you can see what you are doing.

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Jul 05, 2017 05:26 as a reply to  @ Maxdave's post |  #9648

Dear Board,

+1 on the EYELEAD sensor stick. I've used it to clean the sensors on all my DSLR's with no ill effects.

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Jul 05, 2017 11:02 |  #9649

mkkaczy wrote in post #18393845 (external link)
I am using AE microadjust mode in mine for aparature (M) + shoter speed(M)+Auto ISO(A)

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Exposure compensation is not available on the 1D4 in manual mode. This feature was added in the 1DX I believe. However, you can essentially do the same thing if you use AE Microadjust in conjunction with manual aperture, manual shutter speed and auto ISO ...

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I haven't tried a gel stick yet, looks like a good option.

I use in this order.

1. Bulb Blower
2. Lens/sensor pen
3. Wet cleaning with Copperhill.

If I adopted the gel stick, I would be interested to see where in that list it falls,. I'm guessing it would jump to #2 position.


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Jul 05, 2017 11:54 |  #9650

Had it cleaned and the smudge is gone. Very happy again. Time to get some extra batteries. Pity the chargers are still expensive.

I might hav to try the gel stick cleaner.



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Jul 05, 2017 12:01 |  #9651

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..Pity the chargers are still expensive.

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Might be worth a try;
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Jul 05, 2017 21:42 |  #9652

What you lookin' at ?


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Jul 06, 2017 20:44 |  #9653

This camera still has it


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Jul 10, 2017 13:12 |  #9654

Quick question, is the safety shift (iso) a sort of primitive version of auto iso, and is the fastest speed it would trigger would be on 1/60th?



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Jul 10, 2017 13:15 |  #9655

Need to improve my technique, longest is shot before was only 100mm. I can now imagine why IS is really helpful with with long lenses. What I do for now is breathe in, breathe out slowly and shoot. Now I want the 300 f4 IS.

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Jul 11, 2017 00:42 |  #9656

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Jul 11, 2017 00:43 |  #9657

Ranie Dib wrote in post #18398701 (external link)
Quick question, is the safety shift (iso) a sort of primitive version of auto iso, and is the fastest speed it would trigger would be on 1/60th?

I believe so, (never used it tbh) and I think the shutter speeds are defineable.




  
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Jul 13, 2017 14:09 |  #9658

Anyone experienced an error 30 on theirs? Happened to me earlier, I don't know what it affected to be honest. All the pictures seemed normal and it didn't happen again. Currently doing some research on it.



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Jul 18, 2017 21:13 |  #9659

Ranie Dib wrote in post #18401276 (external link)
Anyone experienced an error 30 on theirs? Happened to me earlier, I don't know what it affected to be honest. All the pictures seemed normal and it didn't happen again. Currently doing some research on it.

If I remember correctly, I got that once, and it means your camera is going to fail soon.


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Jul 19, 2017 23:26 |  #9660

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If I remember correctly, I got that once, and it means your camera is going to fail soon.

I got that error about 5k shots ago and it's still running strong.. Let's hope it keeps being like that -?

On another note, my 1D gives me a 'no card' error almost everytime I turn it on (with an SD card). I have to turn the camera on and off a few times until it works... But the moment it works, it won't give me that error anymore that day.. Should this be a quick fix? I wasn't feeling like sending the body to Canon again...


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