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Shutter Speed Problem XT-1

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Hello, 
My shutter has been stuck at 1/500 and I can't change it. I can move the shutter wheel, but shutter in camera doesn't do anything. I have been trying rotating wheel in front but that doesn't help. Anyone got any experience with this ? 
thanks.

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On 10/23/2017 at 7:56 PM, malaladno said:

Hello, 
My shutter has been stuck at 1/500 and I can't change it. I can move the shutter wheel, but shutter in camera doesn't do anything. I have been trying rotating wheel in front but that doesn't help. Anyone got any experience with this ? 
thanks.

Have you found a solution?  Bc the same thing happend to mine yesterday

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