Question about Canon Cameras
This is the NON IS version built in 1994
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here is a link to many Canon products in PDF form: Canon Parts Lists
Unfortunately, the only 300mm 2.8 lens listed is the IS version
The procedure is not that complicated, but you need to pay attention to the connections on the circuit board. The mount is removed, and you need to remove the small screws that hold the connector board to the mount ring first.
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Posted on Mar 24, 2008
there is a manual for the 40d kit with that lens. probably does not have exactly what your looking for but there is some useful info about that lens here is the link .
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
Possible power problem make sure the camera has sufficient battery power and is functioning as it should (less the lens) if this is okay then the problem is between the lens and body gold contacts. It's a quick and easy repair you can do yourself. Shut the camera off remove the lens and put the body cap on the camera if you don't have a body cap place the camera on a clean lint free surface like a glass table or counter top. Use a new clean red pencil eraser to gently rub the gold contacts on the lens. Hold the lens as vertical as possible when you are doing this to minimize the rubber dust getting into the rear lens element. Clean the area of rubber dust with a puffer blower or lens cloth not a tissue. Set the lens down on the clean lint free surface and gently clean the gold contacts in the camera body keeping the camera lens mount down to minimize any rubber dust from getting into the sensor area. Clean the contacts with a lens cloth only do not use a blower/puffer, re-install the lens and it should come on. When installing the lens make sure it makes a solid click and locks securely in place.
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
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