Question about Canon Rebel XT / EOS 350D Digital Camera
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Remove back cover and check for missing screw - especially check if it is touching the orange wire that powers the back light for the rear LCD that s part f the rear cover. Screw that is loose is almost always the bottom right screw that holds on rear circuit board. If it is not there and you see the empty hole, it could be anywhere in the camera, so you will have to keep on disassembling until you find it.
Posted on Jan 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi , connection from camera to the quantary ps-1 dszflash are compatible the adopter it connect during flash signal.You may return and bring your camera and test what ever compatible.
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
Joe, this happened to me, just tonight... I got a new CF card and stuck it in, turned it on and one CF card flash. Completely dead from there. I found one of the CF card pins bent over, shorted out the socket and blew the mainboard fuse. I took the camera apart, found the fuse (labelled K) about under the set button area) I bridged the fuse with a bit of solder, straightened out the pin in the socket, put it all back together and it's working fine. The fuse is under the right side shield cover, it's labelled with a letter K. There is another fuse on the power inlet board (below the shutter button) and it's labelled 'P'...
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
Frustrating I am sure. I had the same problem on my first XTi. I cannot remember what the settings were, but I think I was set for portrait and had flash set as the white balance default source. Therefore the camera always popped up the flash assuming that I wanted or needed fill flash.
Change you white balance to sun/shade/tungston etc as is appropriate, choose a faster ISO speed in lower light levels and try using the P or Tv mode and use a shutter speed that generates a middle range aperature for your particular lens.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
It could be a number of things. The first thing you shouild do is remove the back cover and check for loose screws. If you don't find any, the problem may be a damaged battery door switch, a damaged memory card slot door switch, or worse- it may be a defective power board.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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