Question about Phoenix Gold P-5000 35mm SLR Camera
I was shooting away with a Kalima Flash on my Phoenix camera. I shot like 16 pictures and decided to take a break. Turned the camera off and the flash. When I tried using it again, the camera did not turn on. I thought it was the batteries. So I switched the batteries from my other camera, (both SLR), but the batteries worked fine. The shutter doesn't go all the way down. The light meter doesn't turn on. Does any one have any idea what could be wrong with it? Please help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well I'm beginning to think its not just my amp. PG is having a lot of problems with there amps. It don't help with the connections being internal. Makes it to easy for strands of wire to enter. I just got mine in May and it just quit.
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