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Canon 300d will not power up
No single fix im afraid, there are several fuses on the dc/dc converter that are worth checking, moisture on the flash board can fry them badly resulting in a dead camera.
basicly a dead eos is an eos with problems that wont allow the cpu to start, be it too much current being drawn somewhere, software issues or damaged ribbon cables.. risky business.
Best of luck
Why is it showing Err 2?
Search the internet for:
Make + Model + the word "Err 2"
Consult the owner's manual for Troubleshooting.
Canon EOS 300D Loose primary mirror
Absolutely. Glue away. These mirrors of course in no way effect image quality, but you still want to be careful with the glue, and make sure the mirror stays aligned so it's free to flip up.
Hope this helps
The AF stopped working on my canon 300d
check for dust inside lens area: find the pins where they connect to the frame of camera clean the contacts with a pencil eraser you may want to check the battery see if has enough power to run zoom lens. check the settings on the camera, if none of these issue than take to a camera shop.
Your camera must have an exposure metter in the viewfinder that you can see or? (an arrow moving from -2 to +2 may be or somenthing like that) How do meassure the light? Matrix, center, spot? Check that you may meassure in the wrong way may be.
CAMERA WONT TURN ON WITH FULL BATTERY
How old is battery. Will it take a few shots if it has just been fully charged? Does it come on at all - rear LCDs?, are there any broken or bent CF pins? There are three fuses on the DC/DC board on the top release end after you have removed the top cover. Two Ks and a P if I remember correctly. They are smaller thana grain of rice.
if the battery is the same age as the camera it may no longer hold a charge. See if you can try another battery.
What does Full CF mean
This could be referring to the type of memory card your camera uses. CF = Compact Flash.
Is there a chart that explains the range of a
Multiply the mm by 1.5 to get the actual range on a digital camera for any particular lens. Example...80-200 is actually 120-300mm. Then, to give you an idea of how that will look, every 50mm is like a 1x power on a pair of binoculars. Example...120=2.4 power, 300=6 power.
Canon Digital Rebel bracketing
Do you have the dial set to either P, Tv, Av, M or A-DEP? It will only work in those modes, and will probably only be in the camera icon menu when the camera is set to one of those modes.
Hope that helps.
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