EOS-Mike wrote in post #18643569
I brought this up in another area of the forum, but put it in the wrong place.
Anyway, watching the live meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un was exciting, but those shutters are horribly distracting.
They might as well pass out bubble wrap to everyone in the room and yell “go” as the two presidents meet and talk to reporters.
It’s time to require silent shutters at press conferences. Canon and Nikon need to do this now.
Nah, none of them has AF point select confirmation beep.
We went to Nutcracker ballet in crappy casino at Niagara Falls once. It was one and only photog with DLSR. This moron has this beep enabled and he was walking past the sitting rows and snapping his crapshots, on and on and on. Just one morron and his beep. It was really nuts cracking loud.
Press conference... it is one or more morons at the stage and bunch of photogs. No music and nothing important, most of the time. No big deal, nothing spectacular to see and hear, so at least shutters clapping makes it sounds as something important. It is also cute then flashes goes on.