Question about Canon T70 35mm SLR Camera
I have a Canon T70 and I have downloaded the manual to it, unfortunatly that didn't help my problem.. I can get the camera to change Modes, Manual/Automatic and ISO but when I push the shutter button down to take the photo nothing happens... Well it does show meter readings and a P blinking through the eye finder... Can you help...
The T70 is a great film camera but it sounds like the electromagnet on magnetic shutter curtain release has failed. You can find another T70 body in excellent condition pretty low price on ebay. I think the repair cost would be double of a used body
Posted on Apr 29, 2013
Oops my bad.
It could be a jammed shutter. If you take the lens out and the film out. Take a few pictures and see if the shutter moves. If there is no movement I would take it into a camera shop and take a look at it. Unless the shutter spring is busted, it could be an easy fix.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
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