Mirror Lock-Up (MLU)

Posted: July 8, 2011 in Photography

Lagi cari review tentang RC-6 nya Canon, trus nemu dech komen ini: “When operated by the remote the mirror lockup custom function is essentially ignored, unless the RC-6 is set to a 2 second delay. This means it is not possible to use the RC-6 as one would the shutter button or a cable release, i.e. one press to lockup the mirror and another to release the shutter, in this sense the RC-6 adds nothing over the internal camera timer with MLU enabled.” (http://reviews.warehouseexpress.com/0124-en_gb/1519993/reviews.htm)

Muncullah pertanyaan tentang MLU. Apa sich MLU?

“Mirror lock-up (often abbreviated to MLU) is a feature employed in many Single Lens Reflex (SLR) cameras.” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mirror_lock-up)

Apa sich maksudnya MLU dan apa gunanya?

“…sharpness can be improved by locking up the mirror prior to taking the exposure. What this means is that by pressing a button, (or regrettable in some cases a sequence of buttons), the mirror is locked in the “up” position before the exposure is taken.” (http://www.luminous-landscape.com/tutorials/understanding-series/mirror-lock.shtml)

Klo di Eos 500D, berdasarkan manual nya, begini cara mengeset MLU-nya:


Kesimpulan: RC-6 nya lum kebeli juga gara2 malah baca tentang MLU…:D


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