Question about Canon Eos Cameras
Does anyone know if there is a place to get surplus or discontinued parts for Canon Digital Rebel? I'm looking for a battery door and the model and therefore part is discontinued.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Battery door broken
You're making it harder than it has to be. Simply hold the camera in your left hand, and open the battery door so it is standing up. Look closely at the lower left corner of the batterry door. Notice the notch shape. The door plastic door is locked in place by the mating little "L" shape on the hinged door of your camera. Thats all that keeps it from sliding off when you put in batteries. Simply insert a small screwdriver or knife blade in that slot, twist it counterclockwise to push the battery door lock to the left, and slide the door off with no force at all. It's a snap.
Posted on Feb 15, 2008
well there is no easy way. You will have to open the machine up when you have ordered the parts you needed. Not to hard but make sure you keep you eye on the sequence how you pull it apart.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
Change out the CR2016 3V battery. You have to remove the rechargeable battery to get to the CR2016. Refer to the manual for proper instructions.
Had the same issue with a two year old camera. This solved my problem.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
SOURCE: Can lenses be swapped ?
The FT lens mount system (FL system) is not the same lens mount used on today's Canon EOS cameras (EF lens mount). The FT/FL system was used for a very short time in the 1960s, and was replaced by the FD lens mount system. Canon switched to the EOS/EF system in the late 1980s/early 1990s. So the lens will not fit on a Digital Rebel, and because it's 2 generations away from the lenses that do fit I don't think there was ever an adaptor made. Sorry!
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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