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40D vs 7D For the $$

 
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Mar 15, 2018 22:30 |  #16

aslack78 wrote in post #18583710 (external link)
So 54,000 shouldn't be anything to worry about on the 7D shutter count correct?

Nope, nothing to worry about. Its a semi pro sports shutter box. While any shutter can fail at any time, the original 7D is rated for 150,000 actuation's and will probably continue working to 300 or 400,000 with no problems.


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Mar 15, 2018 22:37 as a reply to  @ mwsilver's post |  #17

Perhaps you missed it, but he found a 7d with 10k clicks, so even more life than the other one he had looked at. :)


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Mar 15, 2018 22:55 |  #18

TeamSpeed wrote in post #18586722 (external link)
Perhaps you missed it, but he found a 7d with 10k clicks, so even more life than the other one he had looked at. :)

Yep, I saw it after I posted, but I still wanted to point out that the rated actuation's are usually well exceeded before shutter failure.


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