Question about Cameras
I've tried both ways. 7 seconds from the button push and also 7 seconds from hearing the final click indicating the end of the exposure. I *think* I've had it work both ways but it usually does take about 5 or 6 times letting the batteries fall out of the compartment at 7 seconds. Maybe it takes me that long to get the timing exactly right. I don't know but eventually it does open the iris again. NOTE: For some reason going to "Preview" the images you've taken will close the iris again and I still have to do this procedure to get my camera going again but I have NOT been very good about taking several exposures every day. From my understanding, that will lead to a more permanent fix. Good Luck!
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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