Question about Canon EOS Rebel G 35mm SLR Camera
When taking a picture, it's as iff the shutter is all of a sudden very slow and creates an almost completely blacked out image. PLEASE HELP!!!!!
Most likely shutter assembly separated. can be fixed with elmers glue carefull pull assembly together toward you in the full up position. using a fine artist brush put the smallest daub of elmers on each corner, then wipe off excess by pulling finger over back side of shutter toward yourself do not let shutter fall back into place yet. use some object to maintain shutter in full up position till glue dries, then you should be good to go
Posted on May 11, 2009
Lets see if the shutter curtains are opening properly : set to B and open the film back of the camera. Now release shutter and see if the first s. curtain has opened nicely and swiftly. Then release the second s. curtain and again see if you get proper closing of the curtain. If the shutter curtains ( usually just one misbehaves ) is slow to close then the shutter unit needs looking at . ( btw no point pouring liquids like benzine etc. into the shutter curtain are ... will make things worse ).
Posted on Sep 26, 2007
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