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Continuous shooting failed

Discussion in 'Photography & Camera Basics Forum' started by Macro Girl, Nov 9, 2018 at 5:07 PM.

  1. Macro Girl

    Macro Girl Member

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    Can anyone help please? I have a Canon 5d mark if and the continuous shooting has ceased to work, ev3n though I select it, it still only fires once. I have also noticed that it is slow saving to the SD card, and I have not changed the type of cards I use. Would that slow card reading affect continuous shooting or Have I inadvertently changed a setting somewhere, help would be so appreciated.
     
  2. Jason

    Jason Always on Premium Member

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    Quickest way to try and fix it is to do a reset of the camera, (it’ll be in the menus somewhere), and also shut down and remove batteries and cards for a while. If you have any custom settings etc you will likely lose them though.
     
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  3. Macro Girl

    Macro Girl Member

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    Would that reset the image counter do you think?
     
  4. Roger S

    Roger S Crazy Canuck Administrator

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    No, it won't. A camera reset only returns all original settings in the menu to their factory defaults.
     
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  5. Macro Girl

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    Brilliant, I will give it a try, had a sneaky feeling I was going to have to do this. Thanks very much.
     
  6. Macro Girl

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    Brilliant, it worked. Many thanks everyone, took the advice of leaving battery and card out overnight as well, so poor hardworking little camera has had a good nights sleep ! Thanks again.
     
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