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Dec 18, 2005 20:58 |  #1

I recently purchased a Canon 10D and took approx. 150 pics at a park during the day. Everything was fine. this weekend I was photographing a wedding and 5 shots into the wedding I got the Err 02 message. I took the card out and reformatted it in the a Canon Rebel and it worked fine. I am not sure if I tried to review a photo before it was completely written to the CF card. Has anyone else ran into this problem?


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Dec 18, 2005 22:04 |  #2

I haven't ran into that problem, but the review thing won't be it. A crappy card, or loss of power/connection to the card while writing maybe?


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Dec 19, 2005 07:10 as a reply to  @ Citizensmith's post |  #3

I had this with my 350D, wouldn't read the card, wouldn't format it. Tried it in the PC, card was crackered! Had to take it back to the shop. Presumably you've tried another card and that is fine?


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Dec 19, 2005 14:15 |  #4

Thanks for your replies. I spoke with a canon technician this morning and was told that the problem is likely due to having the auto playback turned on and trying to reivew the pics before they are actually written to the card ( still in the buffer). They advised to turn off the auto review and try that. The card works fine in our Canon Digital Rebel. Hopefully that will work.


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Dec 19, 2005 14:26 |  #5

So the canon tech said the problem is due to features normally offered by the camera itself and yet it has never come up as a problem with anyone else ever before. Seems odd. Seems more like tech trying to come up with an easy to swallow solution to keep the call short. At least it is something that should be repeatable. Deliberately try and make it go wrong. If it really is what they decribed then it should be easy to confirm.


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Dec 19, 2005 14:35 |  #6

i've gotten that error twice with my D60. the CF card was empty before I started to shoot when I got that error after a couple of frames.
I am using Lexar Media cards, which someone mentioned to me that they aren't that good with Canon cameras, but I have 2 left over from my Kodak DC-260 and those are what I am going to use till I need to get more.


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Dec 19, 2005 18:09 as a reply to  @ Zepher's post |  #7

Zepher wrote:
I am using Lexar Media cards, which someone mentioned to me that they aren't that good with Canon cameras

Never heard that before. I've used numerous Lexar cards with numerous canon powershot cameras and never had a problem.


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Dec 21, 2005 21:46 as a reply to  @ Citizensmith's post |  #8

I have a 20D and MKII 1D and seem to be having alot of problems with lexar 80X cards, I have the latest firmware and format my cards before every job and still have problems. I have another one thats has to go to lexar for recovery from my job just this last weekend and just got one back from them, I am switching to Scandisk because I heard the same that Canon perfers scandisk and not lexar.




  
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Dec 21, 2005 23:13 as a reply to  @ Swanphoto's post |  #9

New to the site but wanted to add my 2 cents... I have a Canon 350D and 10D and use only Sandisk cards, with over 34,000 I have never come across this problem.


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Dec 23, 2005 16:46 |  #10

I purchased the 10D used from a local camera store. I had planned on using it for upcoming weddings that I am shooting the end of December and 2 the first week of January. They offered to send the camera in for repair (seems that there is a problem with the motherboard, most likely due to the prior owner shorting it out with attached external flash) this would take at least 2 weeks, or refund me the amount I purchased it for. I chose the 3rd option which was a Rebel 350D at their cost, less the amount I already paid for the 10D. I am surprised at how truely small the new Rebel XT is. Just got it this morning. Thanks again for the responses.


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