C100 Frame Glitch When
Using Zoom Knob on 24-105 Lens

by Ryan
(Mass)

Canon 24-105mm Lens

Canon 24-105mm Lens

I’m using a Canon C100 camera and a 24-105mm lens and occasionally when I’m using the zoom wheel, it will glitch for about a frame. You can see it in the viewfinder and you can feel it. Like a servo skipping or something. Can not find any info of what it may be.

Hi Ryan, sorry no idea on this one. You need to ask someone who knows about the C100 or using the 24-105 as a cinema lens. I shoot all my video with my Canon 90D.

Good Luck,
Bruce

Canon 24-105 Lens

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