Very convenient to place screws of different types in different boxes. Really good article. Barry Moore13-Jul-2011 01:29Thanks for leaving your name and email address here. Advertisement Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. click site
Sign in 16,537 views 12 Like this video? Sign in to make your opinion count. Great job Pete! Alan Dicey 03-Jan-2012 13:50I had the symptoms come on with my 17-85 yesterday, fortunately not at a critical shoot or away from my workbench. http://martybugs.net/blog/blog.cgi/gear/lenses/Canon-17-85mm-Lens-Issues.html
Unscrew 3 screws under zoom-ring. The cost of fixing the lenses was very reasonable in my opinion. glad to know I am not the only one having this problem.
Let's repairing begin. I will be if I have another issue. And thanks for this blog Barry. Canon Efs 17-85mm Autofocus Problem livelybrowsers wrote at 2010-10-20 12:13 Thanks for good stuff Malcom Tent wrote at 2010-12-01 05:43 I've just developed the same error.
I have a photo and other links at my pbase site. Canon 40d Error 99 I fixed mine so its not my problem now. I've carried it around the world and used it in humid tropical climates and salt air for most of it's life.
I find it works very well for outdoor sports photography.
pmonte19-Jan-2012 02:29Error 1 Canon 17-85 USM Lens. Canon Ef-s 17-85 Aperture Flex Cable Replacement Again, a very common issue caused by...guess what...a faulty cable. I am guessing I have gone too far with this and might as well chuck the lens. but got to tstage where I could only take 2 shots...
Clean the lens contacts." Not surprisingly, cleaning the lens contacts with a pencil eraser didn't do anything to resolve the error.
Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? get redirected here VERY reasonable price. This is obviously a bad/faulty design problem and a company like Canon with an expensive product built on good quality and design, they should bite the bullet and offer to replace Lens broke down again. Canon Efs 17-85mm Repair
With aperture at f5.6 the aperture flex cable is not a problem because the aperture does not move at all. Michael Engelbrecht 13-Jan-2012 05:39I had a lens with autofocus problems (hunting) - when zoomed-in at mid-to-telephoto focal-lengths, but only when the subject was more than 3m away. Unscrew 5 screws. navigate to this website Just I've just successfully repaired the lens!
Anyone who has experienced the same? Canon 17-85mm Lens Error 01 AAASend feedback to staff • Jump to forum... • Rules • Index • New posts • RTAT • 'Best of' • Gallery • Also, the old lens can be used in manual focus with full open aperture.
Pretty easy for someone that is tech savvy. Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Did he do something wrong or what? Canon 17-85 Error 01 david Bland wrote at 2013-09-03 01:42 Hi i will repair any canon lens and body should anyone require repairsi live in malta at very reasonable prices Peter Sanders wrote at 2013-09-25
Barry Moore30-Jan-2012 11:32Thank Huey, Hope the fix goes well for you. So as long as Barry is happy to post this message I am willing to repair your lens. It's only working in one way to do the focus manually or automatically (toward the macro setting). http://ebprovider.com/error-99/canon-350d-error-99-lens.php Pity I had not seen this blog then and I could have contacted Peter whilst I was in Aus.
I will try Canon servis in Czech Rep (Europe) and will see. Not an easy fix, despite the great documentation and photos here and at related sites. Barry Moore13-Feb-2012 09:21Great work - thanks for the comment. Maybe this switch is now failing.
As a group of Canon customers, its time we used our worldwide customer power on the Canon sales bods, to either fix a "not fit for use expensive product/17-85mm lens" or