Hi there, my Canon Eos 5D, which I bought new and is a few years old, would not turn on yesterday evening. I used the camera in the morning just fine, but had no response at all that night. Tried 3 different batteries, recharged one anyway and tried again, took off lens and put back on, changed memory card, etc...What should I do now? And is there somewhere in New York City where I can take it so I don't have to send it to Canon? Thank you so much for your time! Avery
Sent and received my Cannon EOS-5D from Canon and they replaced the power supply assembly. It had shorted out. They did not tell me why it shorted out so I'm left with the question of what is/are the event(s) that caused the power assembly to short out. I don't have a warm and fuzzy feeling that the problem has been fixed.
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Canon Inc.Canon EOS cameras when used in their Live View mode. ... directly onto the sensor, which in turn displays the image ... EOS 40D, 5D Mark II, EOS-1D Mark III, EOS-1Ds Mark III, ... Mark III do not offer movie options. ... to produce a fixed screenbrightness, or Exposure .... settings for the following camera menu options:.
Nov 4, 2015 - ID : 8201360200 _ EN _ 1. Solution ... While the Live View image isdisplayed, you can press the < AF?????????DRIVE > button to select the AF mode on the setting screen displayed. 9. ... If focus is not achieved, the AF point will turn orange. .... Shooting movies with the default settings (EOS 5D Mark III)
Error code 20 on a Canon EOS 5D Mark II indicates there is a hardware problem with either the mirror or the shutter. The only solution is to have it repaired - or if the camera is reasonably new take it back to your supplier and get your money back.
If the problem still happens after multiple resets contact the place you bought the camera from and see if you can get a replacement. If the camera is still under warranty canon will try and repair your camera and won't replace unless it is unable to be fixed.
when you use the full auto mode, the body take jpeg images in sRGB mode. And it create a different folder for those, but perhaps your computer is tune to get THIS folder. So when you leave the full auto mode, the 5D create a second folder for new images. Try to open directly the 5d volume on your computer (in windows, configuration panel, on a mac, it mount automatically on desktop) and go into DCIM folder. see? there is two folders, aleluia.