noelsiso: Thanks for the video very helpful! I tried everything you mentioned and it seemed not to work so I was ready to try one last thing. I changed my settings from single shot to multiple HIGH setting and just filled the buffer and it worked like magic [40D with 50 1.8] Note: changed card and formatted, switch lenses, changed settings from single shot to Continuous HIGH.
Jacy Hart: Could you tell me what the possibility are for an error 50
Joy Basagan: HI THERE.... I AM EXPERIENCING ERR 50 ON MY CANON 100D I TURNED THE CAMERA ON AND OFF BUT STILL THE ERROR APPEARS DURING USING THE FLASH BUT I CAN USE THE CAMERA WITHOUT FLASH...PLEASE HELP ME
Carlee Wicks: YES.... It worked!!! Thanks Michael, you saved me bundle. I'm sure I speak for all of us when I say, "We sincerely appreciate your time and effort for sharing your expertise in this matter."
Happy Trails, Carlee
Michelle Dillon: Thank you so much, my camera is my life.. I love taking pictures and my camera has been down for a long time... I had not been able to take pictures for ever until now.. I have one lens that don't work... now my camera is in business.... Thank you thank you thank you!!!!!
Nicole Lamberti: Michael- thanks for the helpful tutorial. Followed the steps in your video- Think I narrowed it down that it's a CF card issue- other than changing to another CF card (which didn't solve the Error 99), what are the next steps? Thanks.
Peter Rafeiner: One of 3 things, Camera, Lens or Memory card. What's left? Ah yes, I guess that rules out the strap then :-)
Michael Gogan: Excellent advice - thanks. Isn't it great how sometimes the simplest solutions are the best :-) In my case it was the lens connection, resolved in a minute..
KEITH KUHN: GOOD WORK SIR KEEP THE GOOD VIDEOS COMING KK MOTION PICTURES
Anil Krishnan: Hi Michael. I suddenly started getting this error on my Canon EOS XSi Rebel which is 5 years old. I removed the SD card, Battery and Lens and waited for 20 minutes re-inserted the Battery and clicked, still get the error. What should I do? I tried changing the SD Card and fully charged the battery and changed the Lens, still get the error. What is your advice?
Younique Rebecca Laker: Tried this with different lenses, still getting ERR99. My guess is the camera body issues, is there a link to repair it? Cannot find a camera shop anywhere.
Darieee: any clues on how to fix a Compact Flash Error ???
Bernadette Byrne: As a complete amateur, I was despairing of my camera until I saw this video. There are not the local shops to go to any more for advice etc So far, I think you've helped me cure the problem. Really appreciated, thanks you :)
Randy Sprouse: i get the e99 on my Canon Rebel xs. I always get it when I first turn on my camera. I remove the battery, then I can take plenty of continuous shots with no problem unless I take a 30 second rest. Then I get the error again. I doubt its my lens. I've been using it for a year and then one day E99!
Ibrahim Al-tiay: My one turned out to be one of the ribbon cables not all the way in. I'd opened my camera earlier to fix a flash issue. All working now :D Thanks for the video.
CAESARbonds: My dealer said my buddys camera is crap. its a e10d. it takes one picture, even with flash and auto focus that all works great. and then err99.
I also made a picture without lens. shutter and mirror are working.
so still planed obsoescence and more electric waste for the bin?
USOMetroDC: Michael I used the pencil eraser technique and it worked!! Thank you so much for posting this video.
TheSunshinegal67: Have u tried it and see if it does or not??
TheSunshinegal67: Michael has explained, why is that hard for u to visualized on how to do t urself??
Je-Nell Abeshima: Thank you so much. Found it was my zoom lens that didnt work. Other lens works perfect. Great and helpful video. Now need to get a new zoom lens.
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