Question about Canon Cameras
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You can definitely try bending the pin back straight by sticking something down there; hopefully it won't snap off and all will be well.
If you need the card reader replaced, some come right off without too much hassle and no soldering... If you have a Canon EOS Digital Rebel for example though, the CF pins are soldered onto the PCB and it must be un-soldered then the new unit soldered back on... not an easy task.
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Posted on Oct 12, 2008
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