Question about Canon EOS Rebel Ti / 300V 35mm SLR Camera
I purchased a Canon Rebel Ti a couple of years ago and have loved it! I took it with me to Florida over the summer and when I went get my pictures developed when I got home they were ALL WHITE... not one turned out... they were blank. I thought perhaps it was the xray equipment at the airport so I took more pictures and they also didn't turn out. Nothing... Not one picture on a roll of 36 mm film came out. Can anyone tell me if this is something I am doing or if it is a problem with my Camera that needs to be fixed by a Tech. Thanks you!
If your film's ISO speed is relatively high (say, above ISO 200 or 400) and you're shooting in bright light, your camera's shutter/aperture won't be able to compensate for the light. In that case, using a slower film is the solution.
Posted on Jul 27, 2007
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