Question about Canon EOS Rebel K2 35mm SLR Camera
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Have you change with a new battery?
Or check the battery with a DVM(digital volt meter).
Or get some batteries and connect in series to equal to that voltage and use two wire leads. One lead to -negative side of the battery, other lead to +positive. Now, -neg to neg of camera and +pos to pos of camera.
You now have power to the camera to test. This will save money rather than buying the camera's battery for testing. AA, C or D will work, just look on the camera's battery to see the right voltage.
Examples: with two batteries (1.5VDC + 1.5VDC = 3..0VDC). So -(negative) of one battery to + (positive) of the second battery with solder.
-(-neg, battery, pos+) solder to -(neg, 2nd battery, pos+)+
left side , use black wire on -(Neg) and solder
right side, use red wire on +(Pos) and solder.
Now you have two leads, use those to connect to camera.
Do you get data from viewfinder?
Posted on Dec 13, 2007
The magnets that control the shutter are the likely suspect. Dirt and debris can cause them not to hold properly. Hence, it fires the shutter when you advance the film. It is something you can repair yourself. I can describe the procedure if you are interested.
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
I am interested. I was having the same problem, but now I'm having problems after I advance it and try to take a picture, it does shutter. It usually works after a few minutes and i try to take the picture again.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
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