Napioa - Wind Origins

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I own a 550D - If you have been using a different brand camera for years, you MIGHT just be making wrong menu selections using "muscle memory". For instance, video will not record until you press the "Live View" button you will see a red dot appear in top right of LCD. You can't start recording a video just by switching the dial. It may be worth going thru ...


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Unless you use the "Save As" dialog it overwrites the original file. In the case of using it is a plugin with an application such as Lightroom, it will overwrite the TIFF or JPEG that LR generates when it exports the image to the plugin. For more please see: Can the Nik Collection be used without Photoshop or Lightroom?


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If the dial is definitely set to video mode, but the display is still showing "P", then it sounds like the dial may be broken. If you rotate the dial, does the mode change at all, or is it permanently stuck in "P" mode?


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You may just have a slipping Main Dial. It can be fixed yourself if you are just a little "handy". Fixing a Slipping Main Dial on a Canon DSLR In recent months, the main dial on one of my Canon 50D DSLR cameras would slip when attempting to rotate it. The slipping occurs more frequently in one direction than the other direction, and also ...


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Am I the problem or do I have a camera problem? Sounds like a camera malfunction. There's no real trick to using the dial, so if it doesn't work the way it should then something is wrong. Before sending it in for service I'd try to make as fresh a start as you can. Reset the camera to factory settings (there's a menu option for that). Insert a memory ...


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I know this is an old thread but it might help someone currently searching this with the fix I found. Take the lens off Turn the camera on, put into manual mode Set exposure to 30 seconds Take photo while observing the stuck shutter curtain During the 30 second exposure hold the camera in one hand and give hard thump to the base of the camera with your ...


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First thing to double-check is the batteries. How are you testing the health of the batteries? And have you put them through enough cycles to know they're fully charged? (New is never a guarantee of good). Are you sure they're all in the right way? Is there enough tension on the door to hold them in? (Broken battery door tabs are the bane of the more ...


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It's a Yongnuo. They work until they don't. Then you replace them. Kind of like a disposable razor.


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Your first steps are: look through all printer settings related to speed and quality and select maximum quality and lowest speed whereever possible. In particular, you will get best results with Epson with "best photo", "high speed" unchecked, "smoothing" unchecked and other processing unchecked too in Photoshop dialog select "printer manages colours" (the ...


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Try assigning shutter function to a different button and see what happens (5D mk2 allows it IIRC). If it works, your shutter button is broken.


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I tried the method put forward by George, "Put the camera into multiple frame/burst mode", This will not work on my Canon 760D so my best suggestion would be to turn off live view before shooting, this is the simplest method to resolve this problem.



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