Question about Canon EOS Rebel G 35mm SLR Camera
I have 'yellow' pictures. After getting them developed, one picture is clear and the next one is yellow.
This could be a number of problems. It could be that your shutter is getting stuck and keeping the exposure to fully accept on the roll of fim. It could be as simple as you just got a bad batch of film. (happend to me quite a few times.) If you don't feel it's the film, then you definitly need to take the Rebel to a camera shop. If you have no knowledge of the innards of a shutter type camera, you might end up destroying something else. I'm sure the people at the camera shop will give you a good deal if you tell them you think it's the shutter.
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Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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