I have a Rebel T6s, In Autofocus when I point the camera at the subject and press the shutter button I hear the beeps but the camera will not take a picture.
I took the camera in to have it serviced and of course it would not do this again. I thought great, cheap fix.
I have tried in low light, average daily light and outside in the sun. It happens in each condition and I am missing some great photos. Can anyone offer help?
I have tried different lenses but it still happens.
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" It happens in each condition..."
Do this, on a nice day put the lens in AF with the switch on the lens. In the menus go to the Tools tab and select Clear all settings, it may be worded a bit differently. A fully charged battery and a known good SD card. Put the Rebel in Auto mode the green square. Find something with nice contrast outside and take a shot or several. If it works it is OK if it doesn't it needs service. Call Canon 1 (800) 652-2666
If it works outside on that nice day but doesn't at other times there is a problem with how you do use it, the settings or conditions.