Canon MK11N

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red
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We've had 2 cases in the last month of the Canon MK11N 'bracketing' without being told to do so.

One's been in to Elstree and fixed under warranty, the other is going in tomorrow.

I would be interested to know if anyone worldwide has had this fault?

red
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Been down to Canon repair centre at Elstree again today. They swore blind it could be the lens or the body causing this problem. I'd already tried 3 different lens' on the body and switched them with my MK11 to eliminate that one. The fault is definitely with the MK11N body, single shot or servo.

Good job it's under warranty, I left it with there with a promise for a loan camera if I don't get it back by Friday! (big weekend job on).

God help them if they let me down!

Chris.
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Joined: Nov 5 2000

I read a lot of photo forums and photo websites, this is the first I've heard of this; sounds like a bug needing a firmware update

red
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Apparently it was a shutter speed fault, which makes sense. Although greatly improved it's still not quite right, sublime difference but spottable.
I can't get it back down there until next week but they'll have to tweak some more, it's only 6 months old.