Question about Canon EOS-Rebel G QD Film Camera
We inherited a Canon EOS Rebel QD. It works just great...... When the camera is on LOCK, the film icon and # of exposures remaining is still appearing in the LED..... No mention in the Manual of whether this is "the norm"........ We don't want to run down the battery. Advice appreciated!
Perfectly normal. The beauty of LCD displays is that, as long as nothing is actually changing, no power (or very minimal) is being consumed. Think of it this way: dump a pile of sugar on a table. Draw a number. It took energy to make the number, but it doesn't take any power to keep it there. Don't forget to clean up the sugar, it'll attracts ants.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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