Question about Canon Cameras
I'm assuming all the batteries and everything are good. So it sounds to me the inverter has possibly gone bad for the lcd screens. I would call canon and have them service it for you. As this is probably the only way to get it back in working order. I've seen this happen on Vx2000's. It probably wouldn't be that much to have it serviced considering the unit in a whole. Being that it is such a high end unit depending where you live there might even be a place that can service it for you and determine exactly which board has gone bad. It could just be there connector has came loose. But being the model it is I would leave it to a professional as to not cause further damage.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
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