Question about Canon EOS 600D Rebel T3i Digital Camera
I put a fresh battery in the camera and the video cuts off automatically after 16-23 seconds. My video snapshot is disabled. The battery light flashes at me....hmmm
When a green light on the back is flashing, it is not the battery light, it is the memory access light. When the buffer is full, the camera will stop the recording, and save the content of the buffer to the memory card. During the writing, the green light is burning, or flashing. If you want to make longer shots, you should buy a faster SD card.for Video, you should have at least a C10 card, but better a U1 or more.
Posted on Feb 10, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Chargeable batteries usually last for a year or two. Alkaline batteries should only be expected to last for around a dozen shots (as such, NEVER rely on alkaline batteries). Recommend buying another set of NiMH rechargeables. Make sure you get 2500 mah or better power rating (look on the package).
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
The A75 was a great camera, but after about a year of use, many complained of problems such as the one you describe (search on "Canon A75 Black Screen of Death" to see :-).
I believe that for a time Canon was offering replacements, but that was several years ago, so it is likely that this program is no longer available (might be worth a try at canon.com, but don't get your hopes up). The only good news is that you can get a much, much better version of this camera, the Canon A590 IS for just over $100.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
I just had the same issue when one of my children drop the camera. I'm not wanting to break anyone's camera but I was able to open the lens cover and pull the lens out and then turning it on it retracted and worked just like it should.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
I'd go to the Canon website. Follow links for support and downloads, see if there's a firmware upgrade for your camera. If not or it doesn't resolve the problem, then check if there's a forum on the site or even email their techs. for advice.
Posted on Jun 30, 2010
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