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Canon 50D


AKC 12 1
21 May 2009 9:16PM
Help
just received a long awaitinf 50D, and concerned its damaged know the mirror lock can be audible but this one is really load sure it will frightened anay animal for miles around
Anyone got and can advice
I've amiled the company and there meant to be looking into it but no reply as yet and it was slow slow coming i'm worried they will not respond!!!!
User_Removed 14 2.2k 3 United Kingdom
21 May 2009 9:24PM
Well, it's a fair old 'clunk' and no mistake.
Kris_Dutson 18 8.2k 1 England
21 May 2009 9:49PM
I had a go with a mate's today and actually commented on the clunky shutter noise so I assume it's normal.
Munro 13 45 United Kingdom
22 May 2009 9:00PM
I must admit I noticed the distinct noise when I first started using my 50D, but got to admit I am used to it and it is a solid sound rather than clunky.
strawman 17 22.2k 16 United Kingdom
22 May 2009 11:47PM
Stick it next to a 20D and it should be quieter. It is powered up and down so its not quiet, but it should have a "soft" nature to its end of travel. If it clangs I would worry.
foz 12 2 United Kingdom
24 May 2009 6:10PM
My 20d is loud enough to scare small children and animals. I was thinking about going to the 50d but am concerned if its going to be similar
24 May 2009 8:12PM
LOL - you think the 20D is loud then try a 5DII, it makes the 20D sound discreet.
Carabosse 18 41.6k 270 England
25 May 2009 12:25AM
I disagree. I've owned both the 20D and the 5DII. The former was louder if anything - certainly not discreet!
mark_delta 13 1.3k
25 May 2009 8:00AM
I am amazed canon never see a clunky shutter as a problem, they might as well fit a air horn on the flash shoe to alert anything you are shooting as well..

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