20 Most Recent Canon EOS Rebel GII with 35-80 lens 35mm Film Camera Questions & Answers


Most likely this is a shutter problem. If you are using flash and getting the half pictures, then make sure the flash is a canon compatible flash and the synch is set to 60th. If the problem is all the time including non-flash pictures, then the shutter will have to be repaired.

Canon EOS Rebel... | Answered on Mar 28, 2010


shutter problem, cut off is part not exposed,replace the shutterunit.

Canon EOS Rebel... | Answered on Mar 07, 2010


The camera is cannot confirm focus, so it locks up. Try changing the button on the lens to M. Manually focus the lens on something and take a picture. Move the button back to A (autofocus). It should work ok.
If not, try moving the switch back and forth several times to clean any corrosion.
Try another lens on it to determine if its the camera or the lens.

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Canon EOS Rebel... | Answered on Jan 01, 2010


Try to dust off the inside of the body, the mirror and ckeck if it is movin gorectly or if there's something in the way. Also it mai be "something scratching the negative from the front or the back, check your negative."

Canon EOS Rebel... | Answered on Jul 09, 2009


You have light leak somewhere to the film.
Usually from the bad film door seal.

Canon EOS Rebel... | Answered on Apr 03, 2009


PROBABLY NOTHING! BUT FIRST WE NEED TO KNOW SOME THINGS. HOW OLD WAS THE FILM? WHERE DID YOU TAKE THE FILM TO GET DEVELOPED? HAS THIS CAMERA DONE THIS BEFORE? SO MANY QUESTIONS AND WE NEED TO KNOW THE ANSWERS BEFORE WE CAN DECIDE WHAT IS REALLY WRONG! FIRST WE NEED TO GET THE SAME FILM, SAME ASA, SAME SPEED, UNLESS IT WAS OLD AND THEN ITS A RED FLAG RIGHT THERE,BUT IF NOT ON WE GO, SAME PICTURES, WELL NOT THE SAME PLACES SAME NUMBER,JUST MIX UP A BUNCH, AND THE SAME DEVELOPER, WITH THE SAME INSTRUCTIONS ,IF ANY, AND FINALLY THE INSPECTION TO SEE IF THE SAME LINE IS THERE OR NOT, IF IT IS ,NO WORRY, I HAVE AN IDEA ON IT, BUT NOT RIGHT NOW AND SPOIL THE FUN! FIRST WE HAVE TO SEE IF IT DOES IT EVERY TIME THE SAME WAY AND THEN WE CAN SPRING THE CONCLUSION THAT IS MIND BOGGLING! CONTINUE ON WITH THE GOOD WORK AND WHEN READY, REPLY BACK TO: ARCLIGHT1217 WITH RESULTS. REMEMBER- KEEP EVERYTHING AS CLOSE TO THE FIRST SHOOT AS POSSIBLE. OH ALRIGHT, YOU CAN WEAR DIFFERENT CLOTHES! ALSO NEED TO KNOW THE TYPE OF CAMERA PLEASE,UNLESS THAT'S IT AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE? EOS REBELG11?

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Canon EOS Rebel... | Answered on Jan 22, 2009


This also happens to Yashicas often. (though instead of stirpping the film, it will rewind it back into the roll. Something's wrong with either the firmware or the drive system. It'll need to be taken to a camera repair shop, or you'll have to send it back to Canon for warranty service, if it's still within warranty.

Canon EOS Rebel... | Answered on Dec 25, 2008


Here's a link to the user guide:

http://downloads.canon.com/cpr/software/camera/eosrebelgiimanual(1).pdf

Page 33 details the steps for operating the Self Timer along with pictures.

Canon EOS Rebel... | Answered on Dec 10, 2008


Working fine and now i can't take pictures with my Canon Rebel GII it won't do anything.

Canon EOS Rebel... | Answered on Sep 23, 2008


I am having a similar problem with my eos 100QD.
shutter opens, then stays open until I depress the shutter switch again.
Sometimes about half my photos are lost on a roll, but the other photos are fine (as would be expected from how the film is wound). This problem looks like it's caused by the shutter mechanism failing, a common problem with older camera and one that is often more expensive to repair than it is to replace the body.

Canon EOS Rebel... | Answered on Aug 30, 2008


If that camera has a problem, the low battery symbol will flash as a warning to tell you that it is not working properly. Kind of like the "Check Engine" light in your car. It tells you something is not working, but doesn't give you any clue what it is!

Check to make sure the pop-up flash is not sticking down when it is supposed to be popping up. That is the most common cause for that problem. Also, check the shutter blades in the film compartment to make sure they haven't been pushed out of their tracks when you were loading film.

If neither one of those is causing the problem, take it to a local camera repair shop and have them check it out.

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Canon EOS Rebel... | Answered on Aug 11, 2008


Sounds like your imaging sensor has failed and is not recording blue or green tones. Take your camera to a good camera store or send it to Canon for a service estimate.

Canon Cameras | Answered on Jan 16, 2020


Same as any camera - uncover lens, point camera at subject, press shutter button. Simples.

Canon Cameras | Answered on Dec 31, 2019


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Canon Cameras | Answered on Nov 08, 2019


I think it is due to the extensive choice of quality lenses.

Canon Cameras | Answered on Nov 05, 2019


Contact Canon directly to inquire.

Canon Cameras | Answered on Oct 26, 2019

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