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When on the image recording quality setting screen, use the main dial to select RAW (go all the way to the - sign on the left to turn off RAW), and use the multicontroller left/right to select JPEG settings. See page 116 in the manual.
Was in the wrong category, so probably nobody noticed it here.
When a new camera does not work correct the first thing to look at, is the battery. Remove it and charge it. After charging replace it and hope the camera works again. If the error comes back, contact a certified Canon service centre.
If the camera acted strange after you changed something in the settings, you should investigate what you did, so you can revers the step.
They both puts out 1.5 volts and both silver oxides. You can also use A76 or similar. They are alkaline but the meterring will be the same. The silver oxides gives better performance on very cold weather than the alkaline. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LR44_battery for the brand names of the battery that will work on your camera.
Hi, all canon EOS digital cameras can take all EF lenses. An EF lens from 1989 will fit a Digital body from 2009.
The newer EF-S lenses will only work with the smaller APS-C size sensors on the cheaper consumer bodies.
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Yes, the ME super has an electronic shutter that works in conjunction with the LEDs. Purchase some fresh S76 button cells, A76 will work, but the will not last as long. Make sure the battery cover is corrosion free and install the batteries so both cells face positive toward the cover.
From the Canon Help Email - this worked for me:
If you are using an EF series Canon lens, please remove the lens and
clean the lens contacts with a pencil eraser. We also suggest that you
remove the film and battery for 15 minutes; ensure that the battery has
a full charge and reinstall. If the issue persists, we suggest testing
the camera with a different EF series Canon lens. Should this persist
with a different lens, then the camera body itself will need to be