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Is the mode in which pictures do not show up
or is it A, or AUTO, or another mode?
OK. When in Manual mode, are photos being stored onto the memory card? can you Review them, as being present there?
If so, are the 'missing' photos in Auto mode showing up there, too? on the memory card, in Review mode ?
Yes, I am here.
I would advise you to do a Factory Settings Reset on your Canon EOS Rebel camera. That might joggle settings back into place so that Auto / A+ mode works normally again.
If you need instructions on how to do so, let me know, please. Thanks.
OK. I'm preparing them...
Press MENU, and then use arrow keys to select 'tools' Tab 3
Select CLEAR SETTINGS
Select CLEAR ALL CAMERA SETTINGS
Select OK to confirm.
(And you may have to press FUNC/SET or similar, to confirm the OK.)
Photos won't be erased, but all White Balance settings and similar profiles that you have stored on the camera will be erased.
Let me know what the result is, please. Thanks.
There should be a tab with tools or a wrench, when you press MENU.
Then, there should be a tab like that with '3' next to the wrench or tools.
Select that tab.
Scroll down. Scroll all the way down. The RESET or CLEAR SETTINGS option, is usually at the very bottom of the menu.
Then I have failed and I apologize.
What option is at the very bottom of the Tools-3 menu, when you use the down-arrow over and over again?
Give me a few minutes, please - I have to check on this.
Here's an illustration of the tab to select, and the location of the CLEAR SETTINGS:
I'm surprised. That was straight from Canon's manual for the EOS Rebel T5 camera.
Perhaps you have a different camera model? but take it to the store by all means. They will know what to do.
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Good luck with the camera.