MEllO37 wrote in post #3880259
Ok, so after that can you get it serviced? or does the camera start screwing up?
At 100,001 it suddenly fails and the world will come to an end, but before 100,000 you cannot get the camera serviced
Why do people ask these questions??? - It may fail at 10 clicks, it may last for 200,000 - Just take pictures
Obviously if you constantly use it like a 'machine gun' to try and get one good shot then it may shorten the life of the shutter. I liken it to how you drive a car - If you look after it and not drive it hard it should last a long time, but with anything mechanical or full of electronics, it may fail at any time.
Sorry to come across a bit blunt, but what difference does it make? A camera is a tool to take pictures, if you are that worried about giving it a hard life you probably need a 1 series body.
How quickly do you see yourself getting through 100,000 shutter actuations? - That's a lot of images...
I'm not being 'hard on you' but just trying to understand your worries.