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Shutter problems? I have a Canon EOS Rebel K-2. I recently had film processed and the top half of the pics were black. The tech told me that the shutter is messing up. I replaced the batteries and the same problem is still there. This camera has never been dropped. Any suggestions...other than getting to a repair shop? Thanks. Annie

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  • Badge107 Apr 14, 2008

    I had the same problem but all of my shots were taken outside, the camera was always in the automatic mode and the exposure on the part of the image was perfect (given the lighting conditions on some images). Since my camera body was within warranty I shipped it back.

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You set the shutter speed at 90 when you are using with flash.If you set 125, then half frame would come

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