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Thanks! The only answers found online are "send it to Canon to be fixed". Reading mode: Light Dark Login | Register NewsReviewsArticlesBuying GuideSample ImagesVideosCamerasLensesPhonesPrintersForumsGalleriesChallenges Forum indexCanon Rebel (EOS 300D-760D) TalkChange forum Busy Indicator in Rebel Xsi Started Sep 30, 2009 | Discussions Shop cameras & What speed memory card are you using? http://hammerofcode.com/canon-eos/canon-eos-busy-error.php

Clean with a dry cloth. It still focuses, and i can change focal points (all seven red dots), flash comes out and works, only the picture won't take, i can't see anything on the LCD, And Wiring or motherboard problems¶ If all else fails, it likely you have an issue with the camera's wires or components on the motherboard may have come loose or damaged. Tried different memory cards (and someone tried the cards in their camera and they do work).

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Powershot G1x, EOS 1Ds Mk III, EOS 1D Mk IV, EF 8-15mm f/4L USM Lens, EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM,EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM, EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM,Sigma 150-600mm Good luck.Adam Weiss , Oct 01, 2009; 10:37 a.m. I'm running Windows XP and I've never had a problem. the EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens?)Where were you shooting and what sort of lighting was available?

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I didn't know that this is related to the flash! (I thought I had gone through the manual, but it's very big and in depth) Let's see, what I have already Canon Eos Rebel Xs Manual More = Longer. Reply Reply with quote Complain The_cheshirecat • Senior Member • Posts: 1,169 Re: Busy Indicator in Rebel Xsi In reply to rahulan007 • Oct 1, 2009 Time to read Sign In | Site Map | Article Archive | Author Index | About Us | FAQ | Register | Subscribe | Support Photo.net | Contact Us | Advertise | Careers |

show more So I went to Comic Con, lighting was horrible, shutter speed was as well, the "busy" word would be in the viewfinder and shutter would release after 10-20 seconds, Canon Eos Rebel Xs 1000d Follow the link below for the latest firmware and instructions on how to reload it. Any suggestions would be great! The same can occur if you are taken multiple single shots in rapid succession.L (High Quality) - this is the largest JPEG the camera produces, but the camera should be able

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Was this answer helpful? Could it be the battery charger (which had come with it) even though it was lighting up? Canon Rebel Xt Busy Message I will call Canon, just want to exhaust all other options first. Canon Eos Rebel Xs Film Camera Contributed content used with permission.

Last week, my daughter (who also has cameras and thinking about a DSLR) asked if she could borrow mine for a few days to see if she liked it. http://hammerofcode.com/canon-eos/canon-eos-rebel-error-99-fix.php If all esle fails, call Canon Tech Support on 800-828-4040. I do the best I can with what I have. Carrie Smith , Oct 01, 2009; 03:14 p.m. Canon Eos Rebel Xs How To Use

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Will not autofocus or allow pics to be taken. Canon Eos Rebel Xs Specs Sign In | Site Map | Article Archive | Author Index | About Us | FAQ | Register | Subscribe | Support Photo.net | Contact Us | Advertise | Careers | What camera is better for an Amateur photographer; Canon EOS Rebel XS or Nikon D40?

New battery it worked fine!

If not, a component on the motherboard could have gone bad. You can only upload videos smaller than 600MB. Paid $7 and got another charger on ebay, did my batteries and THE CAMERA WORKED FINE. Canon Eos Rebel Xs Accessories If you search the forums people have reported that Canon has fixed things rather inexpensively and sometimes even free of charge.

Yes, most cameras have date/time batteries, as does the XS, but it would appear for this camera model that you're not able to get to it without taking the camera apart. And repairs probably would end up costing more than what you could replace the camera for. Sometimes I can take a picture and sometimes I cannot. check my blog I am a grandmother (senior citizen) on a fixed income.

I would give Canon a call and see if they can give you an idea of repair costs.Rob Bernhard , Oct 01, 2009; 11:44 a.m. If you were shooting action shots, you might switch it to "AI Servo" mode... I also switched to Auto ISO. Once you’ve done that you should be able to take pictures normally again.

Canon EOS Rebel XS? E.g. Turn your operation selection dial to "M" (manual). Is there a way of increasing the number of pixels in a photo (or making a copy with more pixels)?

Good luck Edit, I was typing while you were replying.Carrie Smith , Oct 01, 2009; 03:06 p.m. Then get a card reader and save the hassles. Hope I'm not too long winded... Traded batteries with my friend who also has the same camera.