Canon EOS Digital Cameras in photography-on-the.net forums. John from PA wrote in post #16172117 In reliability or failure analysis, a stated "life" is the point at which 90% of the components will still function.
Stated differently, 10% will fail by the stated life. So, if Canon follows that statistical method of calculating life, at 100,000 clicks, 90% of shutters should still be working. The science of statistical analysis is quite advanced (re: Motorola and six sigma); in the case of a Canon shutter the numbers could also predict the percentage that might reach 1,000,000 and the number likely that would fail at 10,000. It's an estimate of "average" shutter life, so roughly half should (theoretically) fail before that and half after. However, as with any technical product, a good proportion of the "before" failures are likely to be ones that let go quite early due to an inherent manufacturing fault, which shows up in the first 10,000 images or so. Senior Management Team - UVS Trenchless Technology.
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