Question about Quantaray 28-200MM F3.8-5.6 Lens for Canon AF
Make sure your F stop number is not set to a high number.
like 22 unless you change the f stop in the camera. what im telling you to make sure of is that the aperture of the lens is not set to its smallest opening. because that would make the eye piece look dark inside. to fix you would just turn the ring with the numbers going from 3.8 - 22 or something close to a lower number like the 3.8.
let me know if that fixes it,
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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