Question about Canon PowerShot EOS D60 Digital Camera
Hi, I use this camera quite a bit in my studio and the other day noticed that some of the images were coming out dark. I had it hooked up to Paul Buff Ultra wired remote and the flashes kept going off repeatedly. I disconnected the D60. Quickly checked over and grabbed my D10 to finish session of 2 year old twins. I shoot on manual. After client left I put the camera in different modes and exposures were fine. I just noticed that the socket on the camera is a little loose. Could the socket have a short or need replaced and any idea on the cost? Any help would be greatly appreciated...
As you said the images are coming out black.
1). Bad or defective CCD. and/or
2). shutter not working.
in the first case the only solution is the replacement of the CCD.
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And in the later case sticking of shutter blade, non functioning of shutter blade will cause the problem. This can be rectified by sending it to some repairer.
Here are the contact details you can find the near service center located in your area:
1 800 828-4040
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
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