12-06-2015 04:05 PM
I discovered that the lense wasn't correcty inserted in the camera. You couldn't see anything to indicate a problem. A friend who have an EOS checked the camera and now it works find.
12-29-2015 05:54 PM
I'm having the same issue on my rebel t3. it will sometimes not take a photo and says that it is 'busy' when I try to take the photo in auto modes. this doesn't happen all the time and this doesn't happen in similar lighting conditions. I'm using a tamron 18-270 on it now, but I've tried it with a 50mm and the 18-55 kit and that doesn't make a difference. please help!
12-29-2015 08:31 PM
yes, I do have a fairly new Sandisk class 10 card that was formatted in camera. actually after formatting in camera that fixed my problem, but now there is a dot that will flash next to the max burst rate 9 when I press the shutter button. any idea what this is?
12-30-2015 09:41 AM
12-30-2015 09:48 AM
Glad your camera is working again. Thanks for updating this thread so others can see your successful solution.
Check manual about burst rate light because I bet it's not just the camera saying "hello".
12-30-2015 09:52 AM
You certainly did try all the cheap and easy fixes first.
Ouch. So sorry $$$$. It would seem that you now have a brand new camera that will serve you well for many years.
03-07-2016 06:08 PM
I had this same problem with my old film EOS Rebel camera and now am having it with the digital EOS Rebel SL1. I despair. I love this camera but after two years I get a busy signal and then slowly it stops working altogether. Please elp.