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    Quote Originally Posted by jochen View Post
    The first model with EVS was not so convenient as you could not switch it off.
    I thought the first model with EVS was the MX-EVS/3.5B? I have this model and you can disengage the EVS system.
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    Hello,
    I think you can engage it by pressing the central button but you cannot chose between permanently disengaged or permanently engaged. This was often criticized and was changed with the 3,5 C. This model has a slit in the button which can rotated by 90°.

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    We might be thinking of different models. The MX-EVS has a switch on the front of the aperture adjustment wheel that allows you to either engage or disengage the EVS. The MX-EVS did come in two versions though and I have only used Type II's. Perhaps what you are referring to was from the Type I?
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    The evs system can be permantly disengaged even for those without the disengagement built in. a tech can do it with the cla. I'm undecided about doing it on my T but probably opt to have the tech disengage it though in the past I did find it useful when lighting conditions were not subject to change, I was walking and saw something needing a change of dof but time was short.

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    I think the MX-EVS EV system went through three versions, all on the same basic model. First, no disengagement- I think you have to hit the end stop for aperture and then change the shutter speed? Then the button to hold when changing. Then the little knob to rotate to turn it on and off.

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