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1D Mark 2N fault


StevenPrice 10 30 2 England
8 Oct 2007 10:30AM
Halfway thru a final & this happens.

is my camera a goner ? any help would be appreciated.

Steve

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samfurlong 9 2.5k United Kingdom
8 Oct 2007 10:46AM
Probably fixable, send it to canon and see what they say. Even if it ends up costing you a grand to fix it is still worth having it done - either that or you can shell out 3 grand for a MKIII.
StevenPrice 10 30 2 England
8 Oct 2007 10:49AM
cant get the link to work for some reason but anyway what happened was that the is a thick wite stripe across the centre of all my shots now i tryed changing lenses swaping memory cards & even changing batterys but nothing sorted it any ideas what the problem could be

Steve
StevenPrice 10 30 2 England
8 Oct 2007 10:51AM
i like the idea of a Mark 3 but im affraid thats not going to happen thanks for the reply any m8.
peterjones 13 4.1k 1 United Kingdom
8 Oct 2007 10:53AM
back to Canon I think; btw if it has been an issue with this model Canon may fix it FOC or at least at a reduced rate as happened to me recently with a camera well out of warranty.
samfurlong 9 2.5k United Kingdom
8 Oct 2007 10:55AM
Generally if its terminal you'll know about it. I suspect that theres a processing error (does the same thing happen, in the same place on ever image by the way??) and the camera will just need a new imaage processing board or something - probably a few hundred quid. The very worst would be a new sensor at around a grand but if it were that then I would be surprised.

Sadly (for you) there has been no history of this sort of thing on the MKIIN's, I have used a pair of them since they were launched and so have most of the togs I know, and none of us know of any such issues.
StevenPrice 10 30 2 England
8 Oct 2007 11:08AM
thanks for the swift replys well good news is i have just remembered when i purchased the camera from jessops i let them do a protection plan for it Phew!! i hope its worth the paper its writen on, so have been told to package it up & a courier is picking it up from a company called vidicam tomorrow hope they are good & quick as i have the super league grand final to shoot next saturday somehow tho i think i might be watching it on sky now with a beer
samfurlong 9 2.5k United Kingdom
8 Oct 2007 11:25AM
They'll fix it but they'll take AGES!! Expect to be without it for a month or more.
If you have problems once the RPP expires then send it direct to canon - last time I had a camera serviced I sent it in on tuesday, had it back friday morning.
pcheywood 10 1.3k England
8 Oct 2007 1:51PM
Looks like a broken shutter.

Here's a couple of examples.

Example 1

Example 2

Paul.
p3asa 9 676 Scotland
8 Oct 2007 2:08PM
Interesting to see Canon fixed the camera free of charge on the second example even although it was out of warranty. I wonder if he mentioned to them it wasn't that rare a problem according to the Internet?!

Steven.
StevenPrice 10 30 2 England
8 Oct 2007 2:41PM
thats it exactly in example 1 great info ty is a broken shutter an expensive thing to fix ? or do they replace it all together.
samfurlong 9 2.5k United Kingdom
8 Oct 2007 7:45PM
They replace the unit, i think it's around 600 if you have to pay.

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