Hope that everyone is having a great day~ we folks here in my neck of the woods got freezing rain this am, so now it's warming up and finally melting away some ice.
But I have this one burning question for anyone of you that can help me with it- here it goes
I just rec'd my Canon 20D today that I purchased from here, and I knew that when they shipped it that it was missing the battery compartment door(they used a grip with it - do you have to take the cover off when using the grip - I don't know anything about the grip) so today when I wanted to make sure that the camera worked, like I pretty much new that it would, the camera wouldn't power up - both batteries are fully charged and then it registered that maybe a person DOES need the battery door on the camera, because it looks like there is a little button that needs to be depressed in order for the camera to work, can anyone relate to this? I tried holding this little button down with the tip of a mechanical pencil and then the camera takes wonderful pictures. The party that I bought this camera from had to order a new battery cover and when they get the part they will mail to me, but what do I do in the meantime while waiting for the door to arrive - any ideas or thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks and I hope to hear from you soon. I have to mail off my XT tomorrow to the person that bought that from me.