Question about Canon Photography
According to the manual, this indicates either (1) the battery is low and needs to be replaced, or (2) the internal self test is failing when the shutter button is depressed half-way. For the latter condition, they recommend removing the battery completely, then reinserting and pressing the battery check button (second button down under the 'palm' door).
If you still get the blinking 'bc', it indicates the camera needs service.
Posted on May 19, 2008
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