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AI servo isnt working on my 300D...

 
elfyrulz
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Aug 29, 2004 10:31 |  #1

I have a hack BTW and for some reason AI servo doesnt seems to be working. anyone else have the same problem on their 310D?




  
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Aug 29, 2004 10:36 |  #2
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You have to release the shutter completely then depress the shutter completely everytime you shoot.

Worthless...


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Aug 29, 2004 10:41 |  #3

timmyquest wrote:
You have to release the shutter completely then depress the shutter completely everytime you shoot.

Worthless...

........ or you may want to sell it and get a 10D or wait for the 20D. 8)

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Aug 29, 2004 10:49 |  #4

What,will there be no 20D upgrade hack for the 300D?? :shock: :lol:




  
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Aug 29, 2004 10:53 |  #5

ron chappel wrote:
What,will there be no 20D upgrade hack for the 300D?? :shock: :lol:

.....expectations, expectations! You can´t have everything in life. :shock:

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Aug 29, 2004 11:46 |  #6

I wonder how much 10D will cost once 20D is out.. ?_?




  
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Aug 29, 2004 11:50 |  #7
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elfyrulz wrote:
I wonder how much 10D will cost once 20D is out.. ?_?

Pretty cheap.


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Aug 29, 2004 17:32 |  #8

sometimes releasing the shutter and pressing it again doesnt work...it is pretty much useless right now.




  
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Aug 29, 2004 17:46 |  #9

My AI Servo seems to work just fine. I too have the hack.. as far as I can tell it works in the same way my friends 10d does... maybe you don't have the latest release of the firmware hack?


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Aug 29, 2004 17:56 |  #10
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tofuboy wrote:
My AI Servo seems to work just fine. I too have the hack.. as far as I can tell it works in the same way my friends 10d does... maybe you don't have the latest release of the firmware hack?

Enlighten me please...

Where did you get this hack, what version, do you have all the focus points active. Can you depress the shutter whenever you want.

I have a feeling your mistaken, i hope however that i am.


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Aug 29, 2004 20:32 |  #11

Servo works fine for me. You just have to quickly release and press the shutter. However, I rarely miss a shot because of that.


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Aug 29, 2004 20:35 |  #12

drisley wrote:
Servo works fine for me. You just have to quickly release and press the shutter. However, I rarely miss a shot because of that.

interesting...can you go into more detail, does this work in all creative modes and manual? what focus points are you using?

Mine doesnt fire when I released and pressed it again...it did it once, but then wouldnt do it again...I'll play with it some more.




  
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Aug 29, 2004 21:09 |  #13

it seems the shutter fires maybe 40-50% of the time...maybe its the lighting? Doesnt seem to matter what mode or settings I have.




  
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Aug 29, 2004 21:16 |  #14

briangig wrote:
it seems the shutter fires maybe 40-50% of the time...maybe its the lighting? Doesnt seem to matter what mode or settings I have.

I have the hack and I've never been able to get mine to fire in Servo. I've tried the release and push again method as I understand it, but have never had a shutter release. Must be doing something wrong ...


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Aug 29, 2004 23:18 |  #15

Any news from the russian guy on the next version?


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