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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 9 - 2018
How to fix error99 on Canon camera

How to fix error99 on Canon camera

One of the weaknesses of Canon camera is when you often find “ERR99” popping up while you use it. For most users of this brand camera, this error message is one general or usual thing that happens quite often. But at times, it can be very annoying because when it appears it means that your camera cannot function properly. Just imagine if the error 99 must happen in the middle of an important event. In this very opportunity we will discuss about some causes why it happens and how to fix the ERR99 error on Canon EOS DSLR camera.

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