I have a Canon 5D Mk 4 with a Battery Communication Error. On switch on an error message appears checking that you are using a genuine Canon battery, which I am, and I have also bought a new genuine battery. I understand from this internet that this is know problem that just occurs for no reason. There are no other faults with the camera.
I have sent it for repair and the cost has come back at £528. The camera needs 3 boards, the main board and 2 others. To me this sounds strange as in most electronic faults you have just one fault, most unlikely is 2.
For instance, if your car doesn't start one morning, it say either the battery or starter motor, not both.
Anyone else sent there camera for repair? What was the faulty board(s)? How much was it to repair?
I do know that main board is £150, the service cost is £220, so the rest is taken by the 2 other boards.
BTW, sorry if this is a duplicate, but the post of yesterday didn't appear.