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LCD Menu Doesn't Work On Manual

When I'm trying to shoot on manual -- my LCD menu doesn't come on to allow me to change my ISO settings. Help!

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Sounds like me rebel xt, mode dial is bad, can you change speed?

Posted on Sep 28, 2007

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