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Slow shutter release

I own tow cannon 80D camera bodies so I can keep each with a diffenent lense when my subject changes from far away to close. One of my 80D bodies shutter release works fine in automatic + mode but is very slow when I change to AV or other special modes. This contributes to picture blur. What is casing this? Thank you

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Re: Slow shutter release

Assuming you don't have mirror lockup on, it is usually because of difficulty in focusing.

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Re: Slow shutter release

Thanks for the reply but not I don't have it in lockup mode


@kvbarkley wrote:

Assuming you don't have mirror lockup on, it is usually because of difficulty in focusing.


 

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Re: Slow shutter release

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" One of my 80D bodies shutter release works fine in automatic + mode but is very slow when I change to AV or other special modes."

 

This is not enough information for anybody to make a conclusion.  First I would reset the camera(s) to factory settings.  Menus, tool, clear all setting and all custom settings.  Try your shots again.

But with out detailed specifications and settings no one can tell you if there is a problem.

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Re: Slow shutter release

Thank you I haven’t tried that yet. I have tried adjusting my IOS, speed, and F stop but it still has a slow release like there isn’t enough light entering the Aperture.
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Re: Slow shutter release

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Does it it happen when the lens is set to Manual focus?

And it is a Canon lens, right?

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Re: Slow shutter release

Slow shutter speed and slow shutter release are two different problems. Just which is yours?

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Re: Slow shutter release

Thank you for your recommendations and resetting the camera and clearing C1 and C2 did the trick. Kind of strange this happened but this puts both camera bodies back into my camera case. Thank you very much
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Re: Slow shutter release

Great! Smiley Happy

 

Sometimes you just hit a button or setting without realizing it and stuff happens.  Glad all is well.

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