Can a shutter count be incorrect?

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XeroJay
XeroJay Senior Member • Posts: 2,065
Re: Can a shutter count be incorrect?
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vyoufinder wrote:

SQLGuy wrote:

Ed Constable wrote:

Are you using Live View? If so, the shutter count can increase more than the number of images you shoot.

But it is probably not worrying about. Just check that you have put bracketing on

Ed

What "Live View" are you talking about? There's no such thing for mirrorless cameras.

There sure is. I turn it off when using an adapted flash and on is the default.

In effect, a mirrorless is always live view. What you're referring to though is the LV Setting Effect. What you're turning off is the WYSIWYG Setting, not Live View.

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