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I'm having 3 different problems with my Canon Rebel XT


My first problem

While I was photographing my friends Wedding for her after the ceremony
we went outside to smoke while outside I decided to photograph their car,at this point my camera was turned off and when I turned it on nothing showed in the pannel above its LCD screen and it wouldn't even shoot a I tried it again,the same thing. I decided to take out the battery and my CF card after I did that and put the battery back in it worked.. can you tell me whats up with that problem ?

My next problem is . 2nd proble
I was at and IWA Wrestling Tournament shooting photos for a friend of mine who wrestles . During shooting with my 1GB CF card I was looking at the photos I had taken so far , and the most portion of the photos turned up as corrupted files,I figured this was a problem with the CF card .

3rd problem
so I replaced my 1GB card with my 256MB card and as it would take on continuous. One photo would take and the next photo it shot "ERROR 02" showed ..

can you please help me ?

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Re: I'm having 3 different problems with my Canon Rebel...

According to Canon, Error code 02 means that "There is a problem with the CF card. Try any of the following: Remove and re-insert the CF card. Format the CF card, use a different CF card."

Are both CF cards the same brand? Sometimes some brands have conflicts with the camera, you might try using two different brands.

It may not be the card, did you try on the third attempt to remove the battery and put it back in? There may be a problem with the contact points where the CF card plugs into the camera, or in the transfer system itself.

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