Canon 20D Lock-up again !!!! Who resolved this issue?

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Carlos Coutinho, Sep 12, 2005.

  1. Hi everybody,
    Last weekend my EOS 20D locked up again. This problem only occurs when
    the battery became exhausted and after recharged it, the problem starts.
    The trick of take-off the battery and re-insert it don't work in my
    body. I have to detach the lens, take-off the flash card and the battery
    and leave the camera for, at least, 8 hours.

    By this time, this process it isn't working. What can I do now?

    Have anybody here resolved this issue????

    Thanks in advance,
    Carlos Coutinho

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  2. In rec.photo.digital Carlos Coutinho <> wrote:
    > Hi everybody,
    > Last weekend my EOS 20D locked up again. This problem only occurs when
    > the battery became exhausted and after recharged it, the problem starts.
    > The trick of take-off the battery and re-insert it don't work in my
    > body. I have to detach the lens, take-off the flash card and the battery
    > and leave the camera for, at least, 8 hours.
    >
    > By this time, this process it isn't working. What can I do now?
    >
    > Have anybody here resolved this issue????
    >


    Utilize your Canon Warrantee and get it fixed.

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  3. Carlos Coutinho

    l e o Guest

    Carlos Coutinho wrote:
    > Hi everybody,
    > Last weekend my EOS 20D locked up again. This problem only occurs when
    > the battery became exhausted and after recharged it, the problem starts.
    > The trick of take-off the battery and re-insert it don't work in my
    > body. I have to detach the lens, take-off the flash card and the battery
    > and leave the camera for, at least, 8 hours.
    >
    > By this time, this process it isn't working. What can I do now?
    >
    > Have anybody here resolved this issue????
    >
    > Thanks in advance,
    > Carlos Coutinho
    >
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    Removing the battery should reboot the computer. Even then, I had not
    encountered that kinds of lockup. In my case, turning the power switch
    off and on is enough to clear the problem.

    Your case doesn't look like an ordinary lock up. If removing the lens
    fixes the problem, check the pins in the lens mount. Otherwise, I would
    suggest you send the camera in for check up.
     
    l e o, Sep 12, 2005
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  4. Carlos Coutinho wrote:
    > Hi everybody,
    > Last weekend my EOS 20D locked up again. This problem only occurs when
    > the battery became exhausted and after recharged it, the problem
    > starts. The trick of take-off the battery and re-insert it don't work
    > in my body. I have to detach the lens, take-off the flash card and
    > the battery and leave the camera for, at least, 8 hours.
    >
    > By this time, this process it isn't working. What can I do now?
    >
    > Have anybody here resolved this issue????
    >
    > Thanks in advance,
    > Carlos Coutinho
    >
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    I believe there is a firmware update available that may help. In any
    case, it should be under warrantee and they should take care of it. So far
    I have not had any problems with mine other than the battery grip.

    --
    Joseph Meehan

    Dia duit
     
    Joseph Meehan, Sep 12, 2005
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  5. Carlos Coutinho

    Aad Guest

    "Joseph Meehan" <> schreef in bericht
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    > Carlos Coutinho wrote:
    >> Hi everybody,
    >> Last weekend my EOS 20D locked up again. This problem only occurs when
    >> the battery became exhausted and after recharged it, the problem
    >> starts. The trick of take-off the battery and re-insert it don't work
    >> in my body. I have to detach the lens, take-off the flash card and
    >> the battery and leave the camera for, at least, 8 hours.
    >>
    >> By this time, this process it isn't working. What can I do now?
    >>
    >> Have anybody here resolved this issue????
    >>
    >> Thanks in advance,
    >> Carlos Coutinho
    >>
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    >
    > I believe there is a firmware update available that may help. In any
    > case, it should be under warrantee and they should take care of it. So
    > far I have not had any problems with mine other than the battery grip.
    >
    > --
    > Joseph Meehan
    >
    > Dia duit
    >

    What kind of problems did you have with your bg.
    I'm thinking of buying one.
    Aad
     
    Aad, Sep 12, 2005
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  6. Carlos Coutinho

    Eugene Guest

    According to Canon, upgrading to firmware should resolve this. It's
    quite straight forward to do. I think version 2.02 is the latest version
    available.

    > Hi everybody,
    > Last weekend my EOS 20D locked up again. This problem only occurs when
    > the battery became exhausted and after recharged it, the problem starts.
    > The trick of take-off the battery and re-insert it don't work in my
    > body. I have to detach the lens, take-off the flash card and the battery
    > and leave the camera for, at least, 8 hours.
    >
    > By this time, this process it isn't working. What can I do now?
    >
    > Have anybody here resolved this issue????
    >
    > Thanks in advance,
    > Carlos Coutinho
    >
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    Eugene, Sep 12, 2005
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  7. Carlos Coutinho

    Eugene Guest

    If you're not confident to upgrade the firmware yourself (because it can
    render the camera unusable if something goes wrong) you can always take
    it to a Canon service department and they'll do it for you for free.

    > According to Canon, upgrading to firmware should resolve this. It's
    > quite straight forward to do. I think version 2.02 is the latest version
    > available.
    >
    >> Hi everybody,
    >> Last weekend my EOS 20D locked up again. This problem only occurs when
    >> the battery became exhausted and after recharged it, the problem starts.
    >> The trick of take-off the battery and re-insert it don't work in my
    >> body. I have to detach the lens, take-off the flash card and the
    >> battery and leave the camera for, at least, 8 hours.
    >>
    >> By this time, this process it isn't working. What can I do now?
    >>
    >> Have anybody here resolved this issue????
    >>
    >> Thanks in advance,
    >> Carlos Coutinho
    >>
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    Eugene, Sep 12, 2005
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  8. Aad wrote:
    > "Joseph Meehan" <> schreef in bericht
    > news:QZjVe.19087$...
    >> Carlos Coutinho wrote:
    >>> Hi everybody,
    >>> Last weekend my EOS 20D locked up again. This problem only occurs
    >>> when the battery became exhausted and after recharged it, the
    >>> problem starts. The trick of take-off the battery and re-insert it
    >>> don't work in my body. I have to detach the lens, take-off the
    >>> flash card and the battery and leave the camera for, at least, 8
    >>> hours.
    >>> By this time, this process it isn't working. What can I do now?
    >>>
    >>> Have anybody here resolved this issue????
    >>>
    >>> Thanks in advance,
    >>> Carlos Coutinho
    >>>
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    >>
    >> I believe there is a firmware update available that may help. In
    >> any case, it should be under warrantee and they should take care of
    >> it. So far I have not had any problems with mine other than the
    >> battery grip.
    >> --
    >> Joseph Meehan
    >>
    >> Dia duit
    >>

    > What kind of problems did you have with your bg.
    > I'm thinking of buying one.
    > Aad


    It did not work well with AA batteries. They lasted about 10 shots. It
    is a known problem with certain grips. I believe the current production has
    been corrected.

    --
    Joseph Meehan

    Dia duit
     
    Joseph Meehan, Sep 13, 2005
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  9. Carlos Coutinho

    David M Guest

    "Carlos Coutinho" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Hi everybody,
    > Last weekend my EOS 20D locked up again. This problem only occurs when the
    > battery became exhausted and after recharged it, the problem starts.
    > The trick of take-off the battery and re-insert it don't work in my body.
    > I have to detach the lens, take-off the flash card and the battery and
    > leave the camera for, at least, 8 hours.
    >
    > By this time, this process it isn't working. What can I do now?
    >
    > Have anybody here resolved this issue????
    >
    > Thanks in advance,
    > Carlos Coutinho


    Carlos,

    There are several distinct causes to this type of problem with different
    solutions. Mine has been diagnosed by Canon as requiring replacement of the
    "CF unit and digital board." It is the second CF unit in 4 months. I don't
    know what Canon service is like in your country but I have learn't through
    hard experience that 'the squeeky wheel gets the oil'.

    Dave
     
    David M, Sep 13, 2005
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  10. David M wrote:

    > "Carlos Coutinho" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >
    >>Hi everybody,
    >>Last weekend my EOS 20D locked up again. This problem only occurs when the
    >>battery became exhausted and after recharged it, the problem starts.

    ....................................................................
    >>Have anybody here resolved this issue????
    >>
    >>Thanks in advance,
    >> Carlos Coutinho

    >
    >
    > Carlos,
    >
    > There are several distinct causes to this type of problem with different
    > solutions. Mine has been diagnosed by Canon as requiring replacement of the
    > "CF unit and digital board." It is the second CF unit in 4 months. I don't
    > know what Canon service is like in your country but I have learn't through
    > hard experience that 'the squeeky wheel gets the oil'.
    >
    > Dave
    >
    >


    Thank you very much Dave, you are the first person to say me something
    better (better??? for who?)
    But now I'm very curious, did your problem solved??
    Is yours working properly?
    The Canon service in my country is considered the best of south america.
    But this is the only one for all south america ;-)
    (B&H said me they are one of the bests of the world (truth??) and
    suggested me to send the machine for them, loosing the warranty)


    Thanks for all by the replies,
    To people that make suggestion of firmware: mine is 1.1.0 and the 2.0.2
    it isn't addressed for this issue. And my camera don't respond to menu
    button, the rear LCD is black.. all the time and I don't have the
    control of the body, can't make an upgrade! The gear not read the CF
    card too, it is locked!
    The warranty is another thing... I'm in brazil and the machine was
    bought in USA, at B&H. To use the warranty I have to send the machine
    again to USA. B&H suggested me to forget the warranty and send the
    machine to Canon Service Center of my country. I'm thinking agree with
    this...

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    Rio de Janeiro, RJ
    Brasil

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  11. "Joseph Meehan" <> wrote in message
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    > Aad wrote:
    > > "Joseph Meehan" <> schreef in bericht
    > > news:QZjVe.19087$...
    > >> Carlos Coutinho wrote:
    > >>> Hi everybody,
    > >>> Last weekend my EOS 20D locked up again. This problem only occurs
    > >>> when the battery became exhausted and after recharged it, the
    > >>> problem starts. The trick of take-off the battery and re-insert it
    > >>> don't work in my body. I have to detach the lens, take-off the
    > >>> flash card and the battery and leave the camera for, at least, 8
    > >>> hours.
    > >>> By this time, this process it isn't working. What can I do now?
    > >>>
    > >>> Have anybody here resolved this issue????
    > >>>
    > >>> Thanks in advance,
    > >>> Carlos Coutinho
    > >>>
    > >>> Posted Via Usenet.com Premium Usenet Newsgroup Services
    > >>> ----------------------------------------------------------
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    > >>
    > >> I believe there is a firmware update available that may help. In
    > >> any case, it should be under warrantee and they should take care of
    > >> it. So far I have not had any problems with mine other than the
    > >> battery grip.
    > >> --
    > >> Joseph Meehan
    > >>
    > >> Dia duit
    > >>

    > > What kind of problems did you have with your bg.
    > > I'm thinking of buying one.
    > > Aad

    >
    > It did not work well with AA batteries. They lasted about 10 shots.

    It
    > is a known problem with certain grips. I believe the current production

    has

    I can't find the link anymore, but when I checked to confirm that my 20D
    Battery Grip was one of the new (fixed) ones I remember one way to tell was
    if the contacts on the caddy that holds the 6x AA batteries had gold plated
    contacts.

    I too was rather disappointed to find that performance on 6x AA was
    virtually non-existant - but on the flip side, someone pointed me in the
    direction of a 1400mah clone battery that you can buy for $10 (US Dollars).
    I ended up getting a pair of them and, frankly, I don't think I could
    flatten them if I tried - they give the camera phenominal capacity.
     
    Cockpit Colin, Sep 13, 2005
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  12. Carlos Coutinho

    Aad Guest

    "Cockpit Colin" <> schreef in bericht
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    >
    > "Joseph Meehan" <> wrote in message
    > news:6qpVe.9094$...
    >> Aad wrote:
    >> > "Joseph Meehan" <> schreef in bericht
    >> > news:QZjVe.19087$...
    >> >> Carlos Coutinho wrote:
    >> >>> Hi everybody,
    >> >>> Last weekend my EOS 20D locked up again. This problem only occurs
    >> >>> when the battery became exhausted and after recharged it, the
    >> >>> problem starts. The trick of take-off the battery and re-insert it
    >> >>> don't work in my body. I have to detach the lens, take-off the
    >> >>> flash card and the battery and leave the camera for, at least, 8
    >> >>> hours.
    >> >>> By this time, this process it isn't working. What can I do now?
    >> >>>
    >> >>> Have anybody here resolved this issue????
    >> >>>
    >> >>> Thanks in advance,
    >> >>> Carlos Coutinho
    >> >>>
    >> >>> Posted Via Usenet.com Premium Usenet Newsgroup Services
    >> >>> ----------------------------------------------------------
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    >> >>> ----------------------------------------------------------
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    >> >>
    >> >> I believe there is a firmware update available that may help. In
    >> >> any case, it should be under warrantee and they should take care of
    >> >> it. So far I have not had any problems with mine other than the
    >> >> battery grip.
    >> >> --
    >> >> Joseph Meehan
    >> >>
    >> >> Dia duit
    >> >>
    >> > What kind of problems did you have with your bg.
    >> > I'm thinking of buying one.
    >> > Aad

    >>
    >> It did not work well with AA batteries. They lasted about 10 shots.

    > It
    >> is a known problem with certain grips. I believe the current production

    > has
    >
    > I can't find the link anymore, but when I checked to confirm that my 20D
    > Battery Grip was one of the new (fixed) ones I remember one way to tell
    > was
    > if the contacts on the caddy that holds the 6x AA batteries had gold
    > plated
    > contacts.
    >
    > I too was rather disappointed to find that performance on 6x AA was
    > virtually non-existant - but on the flip side, someone pointed me in the
    > direction of a 1400mah clone battery that you can buy for $10 (US
    > Dollars).
    > I ended up getting a pair of them and, frankly, I don't think I could
    > flatten them if I tried - they give the camera phenominal capacity.
    >
    >

    Someone told me there's something wrong with the connection between grip and
    body.
    The problem occurs when using heavy L lenses.
    You guys know anything about that?
    Aad
     
    Aad, Sep 13, 2005
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  13. Carlos Coutinho

    David M Guest

    "Carlos Coutinho" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > David M wrote:
    >
    >> "Carlos Coutinho" <> wrote in message
    >> news:...
    >>
    >>>Hi everybody,
    >>>Last weekend my EOS 20D locked up again. This problem only occurs when
    >>>the battery became exhausted and after recharged it, the problem starts.

    > ...................................................................
    >>>Have anybody here resolved this issue????
    >>>
    >>>Thanks in advance,
    >>> Carlos Coutinho

    >>
    >>
    >> Carlos,
    >>
    >> There are several distinct causes to this type of problem with different
    >> solutions. Mine has been diagnosed by Canon as requiring replacement of
    >> the "CF unit and digital board." It is the second CF unit in 4 months.
    >> I don't know what Canon service is like in your country but I have
    >> learn't through hard experience that 'the squeeky wheel gets the oil'.
    >>
    >> Dave

    >
    > Thank you very much Dave, you are the first person to say me something
    > better (better??? for who?)
    > But now I'm very curious, did your problem solved??
    > Is yours working properly?
    > The Canon service in my country is considered the best of south america.
    > But this is the only one for all south america ;-)
    > (B&H said me they are one of the bests of the world (truth??) and
    > suggested me to send the machine for them, loosing the warranty)
    >
    >
    > Thanks for all by the replies,
    > To people that make suggestion of firmware: mine is 1.1.0 and the 2.0.2 it
    > isn't addressed for this issue. And my camera don't respond to menu
    > button, the rear LCD is black.. all the time and I don't have the control
    > of the body, can't make an upgrade! The gear not read the CF card too, it
    > is locked!
    > The warranty is another thing... I'm in brazil and the machine was bought
    > in USA, at B&H. To use the warranty I have to send the machine again to
    > USA. B&H suggested me to forget the warranty and send the machine to Canon
    > Service Center of my country. I'm thinking agree with this...
    >
    > --
    > Carlos Coutinho ()
    > Rio de Janeiro, RJ
    > Brasil


    Carlos,

    Canon Australia have confirmed this morning that the problems and service
    matters associated with my camera warranted a replacement body. The
    replacement should be no more than a few days. YAY!!

    That is not to say the repaired camera would not be fully serviceable,
    however Canon had the body on 3 prior occasions, two of those on firmware
    only upgrades. The problem was not fixed and cost me a lot of downtime- I
    argued that was not good enough, especially the apparent failure of post
    repair testing.

    In this country some people prefer to purchase Canon USA and service Canon
    USA because of the comparative turnaround time. Warranty procedure for this
    type of problem appears a process of elimination, returning the camera to
    the user rather than good fault testing. The 1.1.0 to 2.0.0 only corrected
    CF errors on certain cards, in particular, high speed Lexar. You can see
    what the firmware upgrades address on the Canon sites. None did anything
    for my camera.

    With respect to service quality in different countries, keep in mind they
    are different companies under the Canon name. A comparison of apples with
    oranges. I cannot speak for Brasil but I know my first repair was 6 weeks
    downtime. I have communicated with other users worldwide who have had the
    same problem, others had problems with the grip, others with lens contacts.
    Common with all the same diagnostic and repair procedure. One believed the
    replacement policy in the US was dependent on 4 attempts by Canon to repair
    but I cannot vouch for that.

    All had lengthy delays getting cameras back and generally anything less than
    4 weeks requiring hardware replacement is good. If your country has a good
    service record, great, but kissing goodbye to a warranty would have meant
    over US$500 for my fix.

    Of course, there is nothing stopping you getting an estimate from Canon
    Brasil, is there?

    What would stop you from paying for the estimate without proceeding with the
    job- check the cost- and sending it back to B+H if it is major?

    I wish you luck. Many people have had good service from the 20D. It is a
    little sad seeing people suffer.

    Dave
     
    David M, Sep 13, 2005
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  14. Aad wrote:

    >>

    > Someone told me there's something wrong with the connection between
    > grip and body.
    > The problem occurs when using heavy L lenses.
    > You guys know anything about that?
    > Aad


    I did not need a heavy lens to create a problem.

    --
    Joseph Meehan

    Dia duit
     
    Joseph Meehan, Sep 13, 2005
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  15. Carlos Coutinho

    Aad Guest

    "Joseph Meehan" <> schreef in bericht
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    > Aad wrote:
    >
    >>>

    >> Someone told me there's something wrong with the connection between
    >> grip and body.
    >> The problem occurs when using heavy L lenses.
    >> You guys know anything about that?
    >> Aad

    >
    > I did not need a heavy lens to create a problem.
    >
    > --
    > Joseph Meehan
    >
    > Dia duit
    >

    So there -is- a connection problem. When does is occur?
    Aad
     
    Aad, Sep 13, 2005
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  16. Carlos Coutinho

    Skip M Guest

    "Carlos Coutinho" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Hi everybody,
    > Last weekend my EOS 20D locked up again. This problem only occurs when the
    > battery became exhausted and after recharged it, the problem starts.
    > The trick of take-off the battery and re-insert it don't work in my body.
    > I have to detach the lens, take-off the flash card and the battery and
    > leave the camera for, at least, 8 hours.
    >
    > By this time, this process it isn't working. What can I do now?
    >
    > Have anybody here resolved this issue????
    >
    > Thanks in advance,
    > Carlos Coutinho
    >


    I tried to post this earlier, and it didn't seem to come through, so I'll
    try again.
    Are you using an aftermarket (non Canon) battery? We had this problem with
    an old Efilm battery, when the battery was replaced with a Canon, we didn't
    have the problem, and haven't since.
    --
    Skip Middleton
    http://www.shadowcatcherimagery.com
     
    Skip M, Sep 13, 2005
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  17. Carlos Coutinho

    Skip M Guest

    "Aad" <> wrote in message
    news:43268344$0$11073$4all.nl...
    >
    >>
    >>

    > Someone told me there's something wrong with the connection between grip
    > and body.
    > The problem occurs when using heavy L lenses.
    > You guys know anything about that?
    > Aad
    >

    The only time I had a problem was using a flash/bracket combination, which
    supplied enough torque to pull the grip away from the body. I've never had
    any problem related to an "L" lens, including the 100-400 L. I'm guessing
    that whoever told you this a) hasn't had the problem and b) was referring to
    large lenses like the 70-200, 100-400 and 300mm and up ffl "L" lenses.

    --
    Skip Middleton
    http://www.shadowcatcherimagery.com
     
    Skip M, Sep 13, 2005
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  18. Carlos Coutinho

    DD (Rox) Guest

    In article <>,
    says...
    > Hi everybody,
    > Last weekend my EOS 20D locked up again. This problem only occurs when
    > the battery became exhausted and after recharged it, the problem starts.
    > The trick of take-off the battery and re-insert it don't work in my
    > body. I have to detach the lens, take-off the flash card and the battery
    > and leave the camera for, at least, 8 hours.
    >
    > By this time, this process it isn't working. What can I do now?
    >
    > Have anybody here resolved this issue????


    Yes, take your camera and shove it up the ass of the nearest Canon rep.
    Satisfaction guaranteed.

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    DD (Rox), Sep 13, 2005
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  19. Aad wrote:
    > "Joseph Meehan" <> schreef in bericht
    > news:jUyVe.9305$...
    >> Aad wrote:
    >>
    >>>>
    >>> Someone told me there's something wrong with the connection between
    >>> grip and body.
    >>> The problem occurs when using heavy L lenses.
    >>> You guys know anything about that?
    >>> Aad

    >>
    >> I did not need a heavy lens to create a problem.
    >>
    >> --
    >> Joseph Meehan
    >>
    >> Dia duit
    >>

    > So there -is- a connection problem. When does is occur?


    I have no idea, my problem did not relate to the lens. I could only get
    a few images with AA batteries anytime I used them. BTW using one or two of
    the standard battery in the holder worked fine.

    > Aad


    --
    Joseph Meehan

    Dia duit
     
    Joseph Meehan, Sep 13, 2005
    #19
  20. DD (Rox) wrote:

    > In article <>,
    > says...
    >
    >>Hi everybody,

    .....................................
    >>Have anybody here resolved this issue????

    >
    >
    > Yes, take your camera and shove it up the ass of the nearest Canon rep.
    > Satisfaction guaranteed.
    >

    Lol... Roxy.
    Yes this is my wish, but if I do it, the Canon rep. wil love it!!! And
    he will want more, more... mooore.. uhhhnnnn.. uhhhhh...

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