Canon 5d Mark Iv Mirror Stuck

By | 21/11/2022

J M Kervel says:

Do you take automatic lens correction enabled ? Considering that volition slow the camera down…


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BrianJosephPhoto says:

nope hade to close that off because of the sigma art lens issues


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Dorsetdunk says:


Brian from Massapequa:
is your write speed of your card fast plenty to cope ?


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tourtrophy says:

Use CF card and make sure you remove the SD card which has been the bottleneck.


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wbyoungphotos says:

The ‘fine art lens’ is most likely causing the skipping.
Did you try other lens(es), preferably a L class infant?

If the focusing is not correct, the photographic camera will non burn, hence the skipping.
Happy shooting.


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BrianJosephPhoto says:

I had the 24-seventy on the photographic camera at the time. It literally sounded like the mirror got stuck, click and a paid before the release. Almost similar mirror lockup was enabled. it was a delayed slapping audio. cards are fine. It has only happened twice.


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ssepanus says:

wbyoungphotos says:


Brian from Massapequa:
I got the feeling the light was depression, the exposure was longer than you set.
Do you mind to postal service a photo and so taken for united states to see?


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Kinematic Digit says:


Brian from Massapequa:

I’m still new to the 5Dmk4 myself, but information technology doesn’t exhibit this behaviour, notwithstanding my 1D does this when it is shooting in silent mode. I oasis’t updated my 1Dx firmware in a while, so mayhap yours is out of date.

The behaviour is like to a mirror up mode. If you push on the shutter information technology holds the mirror in place until y’all release information technology. Exposure is all correct and everything seems to exist fine. It’s but freaky when information technology happens. I suspect some time when the first silent shutter characteristic came along, that this was tweaked a few times. I don’t like the behaviour myself and couldn’t notice an pick that turned it off. I would check to come across if you accept the almost up-to-date firmware to be sure. I’ll proceed looking to see if there’s a setting that causes this specific behaviour or upgrade my 1Dx and come across if it also goes away (yes I can repeat the behaviour all the time).

UPDATE: This is normal behaviour for the 1Dx Silent Drive Mode and my firmware is at the latest update. Have not seen any settings on my 5D to adjust that? Do yous have the Anti-Pic option on? This is supposed to cause a hesitation in shutter release but shouldn’t affect the mirror like you’ve describe earlier?


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wbyoungphotos says:


Brian from Massapequa:
I was curious to see why the new 5D4 would do that kind weir things, then I tried it out.
It looks practiced, handles well, pretty well like the other 5Ds.
The 4K movies are corking just I have real movies cameras, so I decided to keep my 5D3 and 7D2. I might become the 5DS R instead…

I dearest your photograph of the kid on a swing, very well taken.


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