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    How your camera works

    Just watched this and thought it may be of interest to some.


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    That's certainly some amazing animation!

    Thank goodness no Canon cameras were harmed in the making of it!

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    Re: How your camera works

    Oh, no! Colin, your not one of those PETC people are you?

    (and to any PETA members, it's just a joke).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddp4me View Post
    Oh, no! Colin, your not one of those PETC people are you?

    (and to any PETA members, it's just a joke).
    Canon have been good to me

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    Re: How your camera works

    all canons deserve to get it !

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    Re: How your camera works

    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Southern View Post
    That's certainly some amazing animation!

    Thank goodness no Canon cameras were harmed in the making of it!
    Gracious no! They had to use a proper camera to show how it all works (LOL)

    Back to the video. It was all pretty basic, with a few important bits left out, or as we used to say. "Omitted for clarity.", but I guess it is good to get you're head round the fundamentals. Why it had to be done with a dismantled camera is anyone's guess, I would have thought animation would be the way to go.

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