Question about Canon PowerShot A70 Digital Camera
Thanks for that link, I will keep it handy! Be careful however, because the exact same symptom can be caused by a stuck shutter. To tell if it is a stuck shutter follow these steps: 1. Turn off the flash!! 2. Look down into the lens. 3. Take a picture. Did you see anything change? The opening at the center should be momentarily covered by a matte black shield. If you take a picture and see no change inside the lens then the shutter is stuck closed or open. If Canon finds your shutter to be stuck and not a CCD failure, the repair will not be free.. very not free. David Millier Advance Camera Repair
Posted on Mar 13, 2007
L just got my camera back from Canon, the CCD card was the culprit, the camera was fixed for free. I had the repair sent, done and returned back to me all within 8 business days. I am so impressed! Thanks David for the initial check list. That helped me to determine if the problem was possibly the CCD card. Nopix - Thanks so much! I am happy to have my old bud back in working order. I will never own any thing else but a canon.
Posted on Feb 27, 2008
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