Hitting the AE button Mark IV when shooting accidentally
I never did that with my Mk3, but have been Doing it alot with the Mk4, usually when I least want it to. I have thought about swapping the buttons, or other things to try and make it of a problem. The buttons may be a bit softer which is why it is happening. I am at the moment just working on the way I hold to camera to try and stop applying pressure to the buttons when I don't want to.
I seem to do it more when I hold the camera down between shots, while waiting for something to happen, as I pick it up, seem to be nudging the buttons more.
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|May 9, 2010|
|May 9, 2010|
|May 10, 2010|
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