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Thread: A database worth of user contributed Shutter Expectancy!

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    Default A database worth of user contributed Shutter Expectancy!

    Just to confirm, shutter life expectancy is as good as lottery:

    http://olegkikin.com/shutterlife/

    I saw a 300D going well after 500k clicks!

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    Default Re: A database worth of user contributed Shutter Expectancy!

    Yay, thanks for the link, gives me hope.

    K100D 20K+ clicks still alive, more than one too! Please let me win this lottery! <3

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    Default Re: A database worth of user contributed Shutter Expectancy!

    Pardon my ignorance, but got people hit 8 million clicks meh? (Refer Canon EOS 1Ds Mk II)
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    Default Re: A database worth of user contributed Shutter Expectancy!

    Quote Originally Posted by Six-GHz View Post
    Pardon my ignorance, but got people hit 8 million clicks meh? (Refer Canon EOS 1Ds Mk II)
    and there are dead ones after 1k clicks.

    i think can only take it as a rough guide ba..

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    Default Re: A database worth of user contributed Shutter Expectancy!

    Quote Originally Posted by Six-GHz View Post
    Pardon my ignorance, but got people hit 8 million clicks meh? (Refer Canon EOS 1Ds Mk II)
    I think is BS. I wonder if the figures are verified or maybe the person just enter the value and submit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noobie View Post
    I think is BS. I wonder if the figures are verified or maybe the person just enter the value and submit.
    Just enter value and submit.

    Trust basis, I guess.

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    Default Re: A database worth of user contributed Shutter Expectancy!

    Shutter count. It might be survive, but accuracy?

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    Default Re: A database worth of user contributed Shutter Expectancy!

    there's so much more info required then number of shutter counts before the numbers are even statistically meaningful.

    Even the average failure figure of the site is not indicative as it just simply divide those whom input as failure.

    Failure rate is unique to each camera as it also depends on the kind of usage and storage conditions.

    Juz like cam rez, shutter count have been a misunderstood figure... in this case the lower the better...not.
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