Question about Canon EOS-1D Mark II Digital Camera
Your camera almost certainly has a shutter fault and must be professionally repaired.
Replacement and recalibration is a not a DIY job. Expect to need a new shutter assembly; it's not cheap but is still cheaper than another SLR.
If you're very lucky, the repairer may find a simple fault with the existing mechanism and offer to fix it but if you depend upon your camera for a living then be absolutely sure that it's as reliable a repair as replacing the shutter assembly. If the fault has existed for more than a couple of dozen of shots then there will already be adverse wear to other elements of the shutter assembly which may either cause it to fail again soon or will require it to be recalibrated.
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Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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