Canon still provides a free PDF download of the 20D manual (as of this writing) at I realize. Try here The quality is Ok but it takes ages to print out. Andy. #2 ajbenie, Nov 5. Yes and Yes! Have you refered to the manual? http://www. Stock-Photos, Apr 26,

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Canon Eos Cameras Uploaded on Oct 07, Answered on Jan 29, See page 38 here: You can see that by inserting a CF card with the switch set to off and watching the indicator light that shows the camera is checking the card. Posted on Nov 13, Be the first to answer. The helical threads inside the camera probably got bent to the point that it won’t work anymore. You’ll look like a goof in front of everybody, especially if you don’t immediately recognize what you did wrong.

Posted on Jun 28, Be the first to answer. I leave mine on, but make sure you press the trigger halfway to enter shooting mode before putting it in the bag. Specs indicate 10 sec delay only. I have Consider NOT connecting the camera to the computer.


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Dos20dim on Nov 07, Thanks, Vlad, and I should read a bit more carefully. It will lift the mirror when you press the button and open the shutter in 2 seconds. Your name or email address: Use a red pencil eraser to “polish” the contacts even if they look clean do it again.

Wouldn’t mirror lock-up tend to be less important with the longer exposure?. Level 2 Expert Answers. Put a fresh set of batteries back in and turn the camera on.

This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won’t run down your camera’s batteries. If you wear contacts make sure you have them on before you do the adjustment. Take care to keep dirt out of the camera and lens bodies.

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Answered on Aug 25, Answered on Jan 19, Answered on Dec 20, Stock-PhotosApr 26, Answered on Nov 23, Okay moving on clean the lens and body, update firmware, make sure the CF card isn’t beyond the camera capabilities and last if all that stuff didn’t work the it’s possible the actual sensor is really dirty and needs cleaning. Leaving it in menu mode, I guess, or using it to transfer files, etc, will drain the battery after some time.


Answered on Dec 01, Regarding where to leave the power switch, I suspect the only difference setting the switch to off makes ej to prevent you accidentally trigger the shutter.

Well, you said it before I did. Posted on Nov 10, Be the first to answer. Yeah, with mirror lockup the delay is conveniently eos20di, I use it a lot. Answered on Mar 15, Wouldn’t mirror lock-up tend to be less important with the longer exposure?

With the auto power-down, the main battery drain is pretty close to none once the camera goes to sleep. Check your lens and make sure it is switched to “auto” and not “manual” sliding switch near base of lens. Oops, forgot to turn off mirror lockup again.

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Another thing is the CF cards? It’s much easier to search the PDF file than the pocket book. For you second question, is it important about power consumption?