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01-28-2011, 02:59 PM   #1
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touchy shutter

I noticed once I put in a remote shutter in the k10, the shutter button is a lot more sensitive (fires less then half way down, fires faster as well) any one want to venture a guess why?

just curious

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I would think this is all to do with the difference in physical pressure that has to be applied by your fingure to make the exposure and the electrical contacts (that are obviously in the same circuit but bypass the physical part) that will have a much faster response time.
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QuoteOriginally posted by fotaki Quote
I would think this is all to do with the difference in physical pressure that has to be applied by your fingure to make the exposure and the electrical contacts (that are obviously in the same circuit but bypass the physical part) that will have a much faster response time.
sounds logical, thanks

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