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I have a EOS rebel cannon, use 800 speed film, when outside inthe cold the camera won't work with my zoom lense, but does with the reg lense can you help? Quantaray 70-300

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How cold - it may be a chip problem on the 70-300 whats the lense make/model that works and lens make/model that only works when warm

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