Question about Canon EOS 600D Rebel T3i Digital Camera
Hi folks, I have a student my photo class with a new CanonEOS Rebel T3i, It would fire with the flash on, but with the flash off, I could press down the shutter button, it would fire ... the mirror would come up but the camera would not finish the exposure until you pressed the shutter button again. It was set a 5.6 @ 100 / sec 400 iso. I tried changing the shooting mode from A, S, M, and also tried to change the aperture, shutter, and iso. But with no good result. The auto focus was not working ... the manual focus was working. I took the lens off and put it on again. The battery was fully charged. With the flash up and on auto the camera would fire. Any idea what is wrong with the camera. In advance, thank you for your help. David
Have you got the camera set for mirror lock up. Check and disable if appropriate. When mirror lock is selected the first press of the shutter button moves the mirror up the second press fires the shutter
Posted on Sep 23, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Underexposed image on Auto mode
You can change the ISO setting also to Auto. If you have the advanced guide (see pp 80, 107).
Press the ISO button it will switch from various ISO setting to AUTO.
Do remember in Bright light , a lower ISO number like 80 will give you very fine images, while as the light level goes down, the ISO number will change to a higher number and the image will become more grainer.
I hope I could answer to your query.
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Posted on Feb 27, 2009
SOURCE: I recently purchased a Canon
Unfortunately the problem you've mentioned is quiet common with your particular model.
Here's what Canon recommends, on its website.
-Turn the power switch to < ON > to turn on the power again.
And, if that doesn't work. Buddy, you'll have to drop by a service center. Hurry up, or you'll run out on the warranty period.
Posted on Oct 03, 2011
It should be no problem getting it back with recovery software. Just try to stop taking any more photos or videos to lessen the chance of overwriting your lost video. See this article for instructions on how to recover deleted/formatted videos/photos.
Posted on Nov 05, 2011
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