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I eventually discovered my camera was killing the batteries with it turned off. Many thanks for this - I was not a happy camper - bought this for my wife thinking it was a vast step up from film. Needless to say I thought my camera was done after having it for three years which made me very sad because I really liked the camera plus it meant more money Anonymous,One thing to quickly check is to make sure that you didn't accidentally turn off the LCD. have a peek at this web-site

February 8, 2008 at 9:27 AM Anonymous said... Anonymous,Glad you were able to get your camera working again. July 6, 2009 at 12:02 PM Anonymous said... It worked after the first try.Thanks December 25, 2009 at 7:21 PM Anonymous said... More Bonuses

Canon Powershot Black Screen Problem

Register Subscribe Support Photo.net Learning Digital Darkroom Wedding Photography Photography Technique Photo Equipment Guides Business of Photography Travel Photography Interviews and Inspiration Film Photography Resources Basic Photo Tips Lighting Tutorials All Thank you so much, it would be great to hear from somebody. Pamela,Before considering opening the camera, have you tried turning on the camera and pressing the "DISP" button once?

I've had mine for since 06 and started experiencing this problem recently. The LCD was blank and the shutter must have been stuck. I turned off the IS feature, did the battery trick, and it worked! Ccd Image Sensor Failure Reading your web page gave me a new and wonderful camera, I am deeply thankfully.Best wishes,Xotlatzin.

Thanks, you saved me getting a new camera. Canon Camera Shutter Stuck Unfortunately some model cameras experience this more than others. To the person who posted from outside the US, contact Canon in your area this is being covered worldwide! http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2009/05/simple-fix-for-stuck-shutter.html March 20, 2008 at 2:05 PM Anonymous said...

September 17, 2009 at 4:54 AM Camera Repair said... Canon Powershot S3 Is Troubleshooting Keep switching back and forth between modes until the shutter opens. He did request me to reset the camera but even that didnt work.He has requested me to ship the camera for evaluation where they would check if the issue is with I asked the rep why?

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and voila. https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/36871/My+camera+takes+black+pictures.+How+do+I+fix+it smrick and anonymous,Something is seriously wrong with both of your experiences. Canon Powershot Black Screen Problem This may also help jar open the shutter.CR September 17, 2009 at 7:56 PM George said... Canon Powershot S2 Is No Image In Viewfinder bebop,Yep, they'll fix it for you for free.

Yes that does sound like CCD failure. http://haiteq.com/canon-powershot/canon-powershot-s2-is-display-not-working.php i have an a70 and i have this problem i put it on and its black. THANK YOU SO MUCH!SE September 3, 2009 at 6:16 PM Chris said... Well good for you! My Digital Camera Screen Is Black

December 30, 2009 at 10:25 PM Michelle said... TheLostLuggage 3,721 views 13:05 Canon Power Shot S3 IS - (Teil 1/5) - Duration: 14:30. They fixed everything, including the memory door and the lens problem, at no charge. Source I asked to to investigate to make sure it's not a CCD issue.

Hope this helps. Canon Camera Taking Black Pictures I do hear the shutter click everytime I click a photo.Let me know what your opinion is on this.Once again thanks for helping us with such a great blog. I emailed the repair center to ask why I was being charged for repairs.

Note that cameras with shutters that are stuck open (overexposed pics) can be particularly difficult to repair with the above techniques.

I found your advice by accident, and did exactly what you said to do. To my surprise, I instead received a refurbished S5 IS. No, go to page 4, first picture. Canon Lcd Screen Black After 7 seconds open the battery door for a few seconds and then close it again.

I just wanted to thank you for your site and the information posted. Having come from extremely distasteful experiences with Nikon (they screwed all owners of one camera model that had a battery cover defect plaguing 100% of the users), I thought all camera January 15, 2008 at 8:13 AM NoFlashPlease said... http://haiteq.com/canon-powershot/canon-powershot-sd1000-not-working.php The 'power solution'doesn't work neither does the 'tapping method' Maybe ik can spray some silicone in it somewhere?

can't help feeling a little like saying "that's not fair!" But technically it is fair, since this is the camera I paid for--and more than fair, since the warranty on it

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