07-30-2017 12:53 PM
Unfortunately I have seen this before . It is probably through and not worth repairing either. They are great cameras. I have/had all three versions (II, II n and 2s). I still use the II n upon occasion. My Mk II died exactly like you are describing yous.
However, Midwest Camera will repair it if they have parts and if you so desire.
07-30-2017 01:57 PM
07-30-2017 02:45 PM
I’m curious though because the batteries are off brand.
And my charger seems to be acting weird, almost like I charge it and they say they’re full and I can unplug them and it acts like they’re empty?
Also, when I put a dead battery in the camera turns on and shows the empty battery flashing.
I've had issues with 3rd party batteries not charging in Canon chargers (as you describe) and 3rd party battery chargers over charging genuine Canon batteries. So now I only charge Canon batteries in the Canon charger, and 3rd party batteries in the 3rd party charger.
07-30-2017 03:09 PM
07-31-2017 09:21 AM
This is what you said............
"My canon for some reason won’t turn on!
The batteries are fully charged but no luck."
Now is this true or not? I have used the 1D Mk II in all its variants for a long time so I am pretty familiar with it/them.
You need to have a real deal fully charged "Canon" battery. You need to try it that way. It is the "only" way ! No 3rd party junk.
07-31-2017 10:05 AM - edited 07-31-2017 10:26 AM
Investing in a Canon original LP E19 for your "not sure it will work" 1D Mark 2 seems risky and not a good investment.
Try borrow one from friends or ask local repair shop to check it for you.
It doesn't make sense to pay around $200 for a battery to test your camera. An used 1D mark II can be have for as low as US$260 and it comes with a battery and charger. (check online store selling used camera)
update : the battery is NP E3 (LPE19 is for newer 1D series) It costs US$136 when you buy from Canon online store.
07-31-2017 12:40 PM