Question about Sigma Zoom Wide Angle-Telephoto 28-200mm f/3.5-5.6 DL Aspherical Hyperzoom Macro Autofocus Lens for Pen...
Today I went to use my Canon Ti Rebel with my 28-200mm zoom lens, however when I took a photo the shutter cliked twice and then the low battery symbol started flashing, i then turned the camera off and then back on. The battery symbol was back to full power. Tried again and the same result. Then changed the batteries and tried again but the same result once again. I then tried it on my other cameras (Eos 1000FN and EOS300V) but still achieved the same fault. Any ideas out there what it could be ?? Thanks
I am assuming you have no flash attached(front or rear curtain sync is a slowed shutter motion hence x 2 clicks)it sounds like it could be a sticky shutter and it senses a fault and shuts camera down. see the warranty and get it to an authorised repair service. its not a mechanical camera so sod working on it yourself you could do more harm than good. jason
Posted on Oct 10, 2006
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