Go here http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=SupportIndexAct to find the manual you need for your type of camera. When you put in your information and click next, on the next page click on the drivers & downloads tab on the right hand side. Find the manual you need and it will open up the manual in PDF, then you can save it to your computer and/or print it. Hope this helps.
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Image transfer chip from lens may damager or not getting proper connection from lens. Thats why does not fixed on a perliculer location. Please visit canon service center.Just close your eyes and think how a image comes via lens & showing in display. You will get the ans. watch the photo.
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Hey jpmodell, Whether or not you can use your old lenses on a new DSLR body depends on how old your lenses are and what model lenses they are. Modern Canon DSLR cameras use what is called the EF mount which was introduced by Canon in 1987. Canon lenses prior to 1987 have what is called the FD mount which will not directly mount onto new digital cameras. Some companies do make an adapter to allow the user to mount an FD lens onto an EF mount camera but it would provide very limited functionality. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.