03-22-2016 02:12 PM
03-22-2016 03:00 PM - last edited on 03-22-2016 03:03 PM by Danny
Read my last post and google some of the key words in my last post and the post after my last one and you'll find ones other than ML. Some are free and some aren't but side note.....I talked all of that junk and went with the GH4. I figured that if I work with a team, then my GH4 should be enough.....besides, I have friends with Canons for low light, etc...
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03-23-2016 07:05 AM
Thanks L8Nite !
I didn't noticed that i.n.f.o. before you point my attention on it.
Finaly my husband found something else - in japanese... he don't speak japanese... magicien
If someone is interest I could ask him what was it.
Thank you for help anyway!
03-23-2016 11:48 AM
No prob Mango......Its all about helping each other to strive to get better.....I'm pretty sure I'll be asking you some things in the future because I am still fairly new to the visual side. I am forward slash Lasik_i on the gram, and L8.Nite on the book. PM me for any other questions if need be or find me on the two most popular social media sites that shows pictures and videos or stores your info in the book. I am always willing to network and work!
06-30-2016 08:59 PM
Would you mind sending the info on locating the shutter count? I am selling my MK III and want to put it in the listing.
Send it to Canon and get a certified count. That's all any sensible buyer will believe.
07-01-2016 09:37 AM
" It was 100% accurate on my 1D Mark IV; I checked before I sent camera in and then had Canon give me a count."
This time! That is the problem you just don't know. Maybe it is, maybe it isn't. Maybe they fied theur software. Bit maybe they didn't!
07-01-2016 09:53 AM
I find that totally ridiculous, requiring to send in the camera for this piece of information. What ever possesed Canon to force their customers is idiotic. Paying for shipping, packaging and the chance the camera could be damaged in shipping or lost... Hmph! And... uisng ExifTool worked in locating the shutter count, no need to spend money on an app.
07-01-2016 09:56 AM