40D shutter counter


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Hi Guys
I just got the 40D yesterday, great camera.
but I just noticed that the counter reads 9400+
I have taken less then 200 shots
is this right?
if not, what do you think I shoud do

tks
 

grantyale

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Stop worrying and keep shooting. The number rarely reflects the actual shutter count.
 

grantyale

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Send the camera to Canon and only they can tell you the shutter count. File numbering is easily affected by the card used.
 

vgrmax

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:Dhi bro...are u refering to the number of shutter count on the top lcd panel....
if tats the case....dont worry la... its actually means how many shot u are left with to shoot with the particular card....not shutter count of the cam...
hope tis help ...
 

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:Dhi bro...are u refering to the number of shutter count on the top lcd panel....
if tats the case....dont worry la... its actually means how many shot u are left with to shoot with the particular card....not shutter count of the cam...
hope tis help ...
Hi
its not the counter on the top LCD panel, I know thats the shots left.
I am refering to the photos taken, its the photo count, I hope its because I used my old CF card which was from my old cam
 

donkuok

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Did you format the CF card before the first shot? If yes then something fishy.
 

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