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7d weird shutter count


rickie e2
10 98 1 United Kingdom
8 Jul 2013 7:33PM
Hi, Can anyone explain what has happened to my new 7d as I was using it with a shutter count of 816 frames and then 4 minutes later its 3630.I was only taking pictures of birds of prey so should only have increased shutter count by 50 at the most.

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colin beeley e2
12 1.1k 10 England
8 Jul 2013 9:09PM
did you change cards ?
mikehit e2
5 7.1k 11 United Kingdom
8 Jul 2013 9:25PM
816 to 3630 in 4 minutes?
Shooting birds of prey, my response would be 'what took you so long'? GrinWink

Mind you, editing is a swine of a job....
rickie e2
10 98 1 United Kingdom
8 Jul 2013 10:07PM
Cant remember Colin and looking on dpp it reads img 0835 cr2 and then the next is img 3645 cr2
mikehit e2
5 7.1k 11 United Kingdom
8 Jul 2013 10:42PM
If I recall correctly, the image counter starts from the zero and goes up sequentially, but if you load up a card that has images with higher index numbers it will start above the highest number on the card to prevent 'overwriting' of images, and this happens even if the card had previously been last used in a different Canon camera. The image number bears no relation to shutter count - you can even reset the imade number in the menu.
rickie e2
10 98 1 United Kingdom
8 Jul 2013 11:07PM
ok thanksSmile
ckristoff e2
10 959 Wales
20 Jul 2013 6:18PM
My 7D shows strange image counter numbers. I just simply ignore this and move on! Grin


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