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When you right click on the zip file, is there an option to "extract" all files? You need to unzip (extract the individual files contained within) the zip file first. Then you can copy the firmware file from the results of the extraction to the camera's memory card. There's probably also a "read me" file that explains the entire procedure contained within ...


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I know this thread is years old, but I had the same issue on a recently acquired second hand EOS M5, and this is how I fixed it. Transpires that on the M5 when you select a drive mode other than single shot the image review is automatically disabled, and the option in the set-up menu becomes greyed out to the setting of OFF as well. Switching back to ...


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I understand this is an old thread, but I’ve had similar issues and I wanted to note down my solution for anyone looking in the future. My camera functioned fine without a CF card. Would take pictures perfectly and you’d just get a “No Card” message. When the CF cards was used, I got an Err 80 message. From the above comments, I misdiagnosed the issue ...


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If all of your lenses do this on the Rebel XTi/400D and none of them do it on another Canon EOS camera, then at first glance the issue would seem to be with the camera body. The more I think about it, the more it seems to me the problem here has to be in the camera body, since voltage is being supplied to the lens even when the camera is turned off. It ...


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Your photo shows the mode selector knob at "Night Portrait" mode. Is that as far as it can physically move? If your mode dial selector knob physically will not turn to the "Video" mode, your camera is broken and needs to be serviced. There can be no other explanation as to why the knob will not move to Video mode. If the knob will move to "Video" but ...


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Assuming it happens with a known good lens (or no lens at all): The shutter is about the only essential moving part in an a6000 - there is no mirror, no aperture actuator, no AF motor, no IBIS (there is a sensor cleaning mechanism with an ultrasonic actuator, though). It would be a likely candidate. Sony FAQs say that this message indicates either a ...


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