Question about Canon Digital Rebel / EOS-300D Digital Camera with EF-S 18-55mm Lens
I just realized today on a photo shoot that I was not "capturing" any photos when taking them. I started out fine, but at some point after about 30 photos, there was no longer an image,just blackness. I noticed when I was taking the photo that it was not showing up in the view window while it was burning. So,I tried to view the picture by pushing the viewing "arrow" all that showed up was a black box. The light blinks like it is saving the image to the card, but there is nothing there but a black box. Like I have the lens cap on (which I do not). I have shut the camera off and on. I took the battery out, I erased the card, I took the lens off. All I get is nothingness. I checked all of the settings and everything looks correct. I have never had any problems with this camera. Can someone help please.
Try taking a picture with the camera upside down. Sounds odd, but it's a possible check to see if the AF mirror is hanging up.
Posted on Oct 29, 2007
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