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Camera Lcd Screen Repair
WELL, I did have a good day today and tried not to let this get to me too much here on Christmas, but I got two big photographic blows today:
1) I pulled out my Raynox lens today and went to put it on my camera, only to discover that one of the two plastic tabs that hold it on had broken off in my lage, rendering it unusable. After getting my rising feeling of panic under control as I realized I'm here in Florida without a macro lens now, I told myself I would get online tomorrow morning and have another overnighted.
2) Well, no use now, as right in the middle of shooting photos tonight, the image in the LCD screen flicked off and on and then went black.
Now the screen only displays black, and the camera only takes pictures like this one. I can view photos I took before on it, and I see all the little icons and such normally displayed on the screen, but no picture.
I looked it up; apparently this Black Screen of Death happens sometimes to Canons. The CCD just up and dies. Some descriptions said, "typically if the camera is in a hot or very humid environment." Well, I may be in Florida, but it's December, so it's not "very" either of those two.
I will have to send it in and have it repaired. You know that feeling of panic I mentioned at the thought of having no Raynox macro lens here in Florida? Yeah, well...
At least I have my S70. :-/
I am reading Les Miserables again. Even though the French politics get a little messy, it's an excellent book.
Now, for the bad news. Right in the middle of this shoot, my LCD screen stopped functioning. Upon my return to my room, I discovered that the problem lies not actually with the screen, but with the Review and Menu buttons. This is really horrible. It means I either have to shoot on auto and blindly hope my shots turn out, or I won't be taking photos for a while. I'm leaning toward the latter. I need to have the thing repaired before I leave on my trip, which I will talk about more at a later date.
Luckily I shot a little beforehand, so I will post as long as I can, and then I will start the Make Something Cool Every Day project as a supplement. Hopefully this won't last too long.
What a fabulous finisher for our trip. Not.
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