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My camera I have a canon DSLR which has two reflex mirors attached to each other. When taking a picture, the larger one moves in but the smaller one doesn't. This then takes an image covered in one part. How should i fix that. Jaymoh

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This happens on the Canon DSLR s - the submirror has a pivot pin made of plastic that breaks off. The mirror box will have to be removed to replace the pin - about a $150 repair.

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