Shot delay with H20 coupled with a Hassy 500EL/M

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Shot delay with H20 coupled with a Hassy 500EL/M

Postby awhill34 » Wed Sep 12, 2007 8:07 pm

I working for a catalog company and we use a combination of H20's, H25's, and we recently purchased several P30+s'. I been running into trouble when when combining the H20 with our Hasselblad 500EL/M's. When the shutter is released the camera jams (with a clicking sound). To get the camera to cycle I have to hit the shutter a second time. After further testing I realized that if I hit the shutter quickly (such as in the case of shooting dog models), that is when the camera tends to jam. But if the shutter is released in a more slow and deliberate manner the camera cycles normally (although the camera is behaving like a point & shoot that has that fraction of a second delay). Not to helpful when shooting puppies or kid models.
I have tested this with multiple camera bodies and backs all with the same results. Additionally, when I put on a P30+ the problem goes away. So I was just wondering if there any tips you may have for this issue. Thanks so much.
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Postby James 7 » Thu Nov 01, 2007 5:53 pm

Sounds like a timing error caused either by an iffy cable, or by a dodgy sync socket on the back... you dont say if you have swaped cables...

Have you tried this?

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Same issue.

Postby Bryan1 » Mon Nov 19, 2007 8:58 pm

I have had the same problem. One issue I was told is that it could be the pin on the back of the camera that comes out as you shoot not pushing out enough to fully triger the back.
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Postby Ulf » Mon Nov 19, 2007 10:11 pm

Bryan

This is correct. Simply hold down the capture release until the camera is done winding and the issue is gone.
Main reason for this is that H20 has a blocking mechanism which prevent you from capturing until the back is ready which is interfering and why you have hold down the button when using a motor driven hassy.
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