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There's a distinct section on the left hand side of the photos with a different exposure/contrast to the rest. There's a clear line between the two sides running from the top to the bottom. Everything to the left of it appears slightly darker than everything on the right. The camera body is a manufacturer refurbished Rebel T1i from eBay and the lens is a new EF-S 18-135mm.

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The camera has a sticking shutter assembly. The only cure is to replace the assembly and it's definitely not a DIY job and is not really cost-effective on a 35mm Rebel.

If the body is still under warranty then contact the seller for a refund/exchange.

Posted on Sep 02, 2010

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