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Camera repair

Posted by sharon620 (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 4, 07 at 11:49

Hello Everyone,
I have a new Canon Rebel XTi. I cannot get a card into the slot. All of a sudden this happened. And when I look thru the view finder ( OH MY G) is looks like there is little scratches all over. I used my air cleaner and it got some of it off. But what a mess! I cannot figure out what happened to it.
Does anyone have any suggestions as to what I can do myself?
Otherwise I will have to take it to be repaired. And NO card will go in there. I have tried other cards and they won't go in either.
Thank you
Sharon


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RE: Camera repair

Sharon, did one of the pins get bent?

As far as the view finder, maybe dust? but the XTi has a "dust buster" maybe it is just on the view screen and not the sensor. Take to the camera shop, they shouldn't charge to have a glance at it. Is your camera still under warranty? Should be an easy fix then.

Zjoe


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RE: Camera repair

Sharon,
I received your email. The best advice I can give is contact Canon directly. Most likely, you have to send it in. Be sure to to ask about a 'loan' camera to have while they look at yours. I don't know if I could make it through the day without a camera.

Check here, too:
http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/forum.asp?forum=1031

Lots of people smarter than me there.

Hope I was some help

Zjoe


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