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    Default Shutter counts - why they matter and why they don't

    read this interesting blog post online... bottom line is that it probably matters if you are buying a camera from someone who is likely to machine-gun their camera, and not when it is the average user.

    http://www.revellphotography.com/blo...why-they-dont/

    and by the way... it is shutter, not shuttle....
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    Default Re: Shutter counts - why they matter and why they don't

    Quote Originally Posted by nightwolf75 View Post
    read this interesting blog post online... bottom line is that it probably matters if you are buying a camera from someone who is likely to machine-gun their camera, and not when it is the average user.

    http://www.revellphotography.com/blo...why-they-dont/

    and by the way... it is shutter, not shuttle....
    Actually high shutter count for a machine gunner (eg. birder) is not as significant as high shutter count on a landscape photographer.

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    Default Re: Shutter counts - why they matter and why they don't

    i was told the original link was down. here's another related link based on the original article.

    https://bondimaging.wordpress.com/20...why-they-dont/
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