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D600 backfocus problem when battery removed

John Bertotti

Garretson, US
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"RE: D600 backfocus problem when battery removed"

John Bertotti Gold Member Nikonian since 01st Jul 2012
Wed 17-Oct-12 12:20 PM

>>
>That is correct. The off switch is for locking controls only.
>DSLRs don't have a power off switch. The power consumption is
>very low when LCD and meter are off. Turning the switch off
>does not change the power usage. So as far as power usage goes
>you could just as well leave the camera on all the time,
>except you may accidentally activate some functions when
>handling or stowing the camera.


Wow! I wondered about this. I have a habit of switching the camera off every time I let go of it and even sometimes when I am hand carrying but between my chosen shots. I wondered if I was just wearing out the switch. Guess I am in some cases! Thanks

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