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07-17-2012, 02:22 PM   #31
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I do not think this is an problem with Pentax cameras only. I work for a photography company that furnishes the cameras and they are Canon 40Ds. There have been numerous times that I have taken two photos with one shutter button push. Because we are using studio strobes, the second photo is always extremely underexposed and we just make sure the first one is good and go on. My K-x has done this only a couple times for me.

01-08-2013, 07:29 AM   #32
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This ever happened to my K10D once! I was taking a photo of my little brother, I don't quite remember exactly what I did - either tapping the shutter button twice, or keep pressing halfway on the shutter button - perhaps the second was more likely to happen, and then the shutter closed twice. It then produced a double exposure shot in a single picture. I kinda like it though, my only regret that it was done accidentally - and I have no idea how to control it!
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