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I have a canon 1ds mark II and when I use my sd card wich is full I receive the message error 02. do you know what it could be? thank you

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What size card is it, and can you use the card with another camera? It's possible that the card is too big for the camera, for example my Canon G9 can't use the 4GB card I have for my Nikon D50 SLR.

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What does status light 5d mean


The letter D was/is Canon's designator for "Digital" and they started using that designator in the late 1990s. For many years, Canon also manufactured 35mm film SLRs and for over a decade from 1998 through 2008, they manufactured both 35mm film SLRs and digital SLRs. The D was means as a designator that set the digital cameras apart from the 35mm film SLR cameras. The same applies to Nikon who instead chose to simply replace their F and N designators for the 35mm SLRs with the letter D for digital SLRs.

As for the numbers, those denote specific models. Within the Canon system, cameras with three or four digit model numbers followed by the letter D (i.e. 1000D or 550D) are entry-level, consumer-grade products with plastic bodies, using SD cards for storage with burst rates of 4 frames per second or less. The most basic of these cameras is known as the Rebel XS in the US but, called the EOS 1000D in most of the rest of the world (The Japanese domestic market calls it the Kiss F). The most recent model in this line is the Rebel T2i or EOS 550D. These models cost between $450 and $900.

The next step up in cost, complexity and performance are the high-end consumer or "prosumer" grade cameras that feature magnesium allow bodies, faster burst rates exceeding 4 frames per second, and better weather seals. These cameras have in the past, been designated with two digit model numbers followed by the letter D (i.e. 20D, 30D, etc). The most recent model in the line is known as the EOS 50D throughout the world. The 50D is nearing discontinuation or replacement so its price has fallen but, these models usually cost around $1200

Canon's premium (not necessarily professional) cameras have, sense the advent of the EOS line, traditionally had single digit model numbers. These included the EOS 5 and EOS 3 35mm SLRs and today includes the EOS 5D Mark II and EOS 7D models. These cameras build on the XXD series with better build quality, the lack of scene modes on the mode dials, and since the 7D, better autofocus and weather seals. They are not quite up to the standards of the full-blown professional bodies but, they are very close and often used by professionals as backup cameras or the primary cameras of those on tight budgets. Prices for these models range from $1600 for the 7D to $2500 for the 5D Mark II.

Finally, there are the "professional" models. These camera's are the only cameras that get a single digit "1" model number such as the 1D Mark IV and 1Ds Mark III models. The "mark" number indicates the generation or version of the camera...The 1D Mark IV is the forth version of the 1D and the 1D Mark III is the third version of the 1Ds but, we expect a 1Ds Mark IV some time this year. Today's 1D and 1Ds are Canon's fastest and best built cameras. They don't have any special scene modes but, they can be heavily customized to fit the needs of the individual photographer. These are also the most expensive cameras Canon makes with prices starting around $5000.

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Canon EOS 1Ds Mark II digital camera Manual(PDF)


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Hi there, getting I'm Er 2 on my Canon EOS 1DS MK II Please help!


Error 02 indicates a problem accessing the memory card. Try formatting the card and see if that cures the problem, if not try a different card. If neither helps you probably will need to send it to Canon for service.

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Need wire diagram for Canon 1d mark 11


if it's any help, I've got the top off my 1D Mk II and wiring as per photo link:

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use only the specified or recommended cf cards, I know ultra fast is not compatible to digicam two or more years older models. 

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