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I bought a camera 60 d with only 1000 shutters. In the beginning i am having some issues with battery timing. Now i am facing another problem that on manual mode my shutter stucks in upward direction. But it auto mode it works perfectly.

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  • Hello and welcome to photo.se. Could you please share your settings for manual mode? – Alexander von Wernherr Feb 7 at 12:13
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    Can you describe the "issues with battery timing"? – mattdm Feb 7 at 12:19
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    What exactly happens when the shutter sticks? – mattdm Feb 7 at 12:20
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    Do you mean the the shutter or the mirror? How are you seeing that it is stuck? – mattdm Feb 7 at 15:50
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    What do you mean by "it's the sensor"? What is the sensor? – mattdm Feb 9 at 15:39
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From the behaviour you describe, I definitely think your battery is dead. It doesn't explain your "shutter" problem.

  • Made my comment an answer so OP can acknowledge it instead of responding with an not informative answer. – jihems Feb 7 at 16:17
  • It's hard to write an informative answer to a question that is clear as mud. Both answers are possibilities. – Michael C Feb 13 at 23:28
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It sounds like you may have "mirror lockup" enabled. In "Auto" mode, the setting selected for mirror lockup will be ignored. In Manual exposure mode, it will be complied with.

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