Question about Canon EOS 40D Digital Camera
Sometimes when I use my 40D I can shoot successfully. Other times, when I shoot it comes up with a message saying
'Camera Internal temperature is becoming too high, can't shoot'.
I thought this may be due to a faulty lens I had on it - but yesterday I purchased a cannon lens and it didn't seem to make a difference.
I currently live in Australia and bought the camera on a holiday to Denmark - so I was wondering if anybody had a solution so that I don't have to send it all the way back?
This is obviously a problem with the internal parts of the camera. There are too many things it could be to give a definitive answer, and it would be too complicated for an amateur. If you take it into a local camera shop they should be able to run diagnostics on it and replace the problem.
Best of luck to you.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
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