That all depends on what you have your settings for. If you are not using the program mode, you'll need to make sure to check your Aperature and Shutter speed. Adjusting these might make your pictures come out better. Make sure to check your light meter, the needle or indicator should be in the middle for best results.
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I can help you fix the BUSY Error or Error 99 of your Canon EOS Rebel XS / Canon EOS 1000D.
Installation of this Canon EOS Rebel XS / Canon EOS 1000D firmware version 1.06 update will solve these problems:
Some cameras may exhibit a phenomenon in which the LCD monitor does not display, the shutter does not release, and the BUSY indication remains lit in the viewfinder.
The message, "Err 99 Shooting is not
possible. Turn the power switch to<OFF> and <ON> again or
re-install the battery", appears on the camera's LCD monitor, and after
the above operation is carried out,the LCD monitor displays in a
language that is different from the actual language setting.
See the firmware instructions and download the firmware upgrade by following theseFixya Tips:
Follow this link to download a pdf version of the firmware installation instruction guide.
Follow this link to download the Windows Version of the Canon EOS Rebel XS / Canon EOS 1000D firmware version 1.06 update.
Follow this link to download the MAC version of the Canon EOS Rebel XS / Canon EOS 1000D firmware version 1.06 update.
Follow this link to download the Canon EOS Rebel XS / Canon EOS 1000D Instruction Manual.
Canon also uses the low battery Icon as a generic error code. Try taking the lens off the camera. If this fixes the problem the lens needs a repair (most likely the aperture unit). If not then the camera needs the repair (either the shutter or dc-dc converter circuit).