Anti-Shock Setting..

Djarum

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So I was looking at this in the E-P1, and my understanding is that back in the E series days with the prism, this was design to give time for vibrations to settle when the mirror moved out of the lightpath. What exactly does it do for the E-P1? Could I use this as a self timer, because 12s on the self timer is not long enough sometimes.
 

Streetshooter

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DJ, this has been a mystery fo many shooters I think even our own Brian is stumped.
Maybe he has an answer as it's been a while since this was mentioned.

Brian, oh Brian......?
 

FaradayCage

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You can just combine it with the self-timer to make a custom self-timer interval, say a 14 second delay or a 3 second one. All it does is delay the shutter release. Perhaps useful if you want to recompose after pressing the shutter release, because you're in an awkward stance.
 

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