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[email]cdunlap_staggcharterbn.com[/email] says...If it's making odd noises, take it back.> I recently purchased a 80-200mm zoom lense for the subject camera. It's a
> wonderful lense, however, when I put it on my camera and go to adjust the
> focus on it (and when it focuses automatically), it makes a small noise
> that's a little hard to explain. My other lense, (a 28-80mm) doesn't make
> this noise. It's almost like a "I shouldn't turn this anymore for fear of
> braking it" kind of noise. Is this normal, or should I have my local camera
> shop look at it?
> Also, I've read somewhere (I lost the article) that there is an attachment
> cord that you can use to hook a Canon camera up to your computer. Has
> anyone heard or seen such a thing?
I don't think I've ever heard of anyone connecting a Rebel to a
computer.... I'm %99 sure it is not capable of it. There have been a
few high end Nikon s you could do this with, but it always seemed kind of
pointless to me.
There is no slack in light attack.