Question about Canon Rebel XS / Eos 1000D Digital Camera with EF-S 18-55mm f& EF 75-300mm f Lens
This is your only possible venue, short of sending the units out to be repaired. Take a large ziplock bag and fill it halfway with uncooked rice(the real stuff not the five minute stuff) place your cams into the bag for a solid 48 hours, no cheating, when the time has passed take them out and shake loose any renegade grains of rice that may be trying to rent a space in your camera. Fire them up and best of luck. Dana
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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