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First the eyepiece, now the entire shutter assembly. Fell off.

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The thread title is misleading. The shutter was OK - he was talking about the shutter button assembly.

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Correct and I suspect that pcp 1960 actually has nothing wrong with his/her shutter either. Unfortunately they do not include any description of the problem and the pictures tell us nothing. I suspect it's either lens/body contact or the motherboard causing the problem.


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