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by Bennie de Bruin
(Johannesburg, Sout Africa)
While taking pictures in manual mode sometimes in low light conditions my 600D refuses to increase the shutter speed past a certain point. It happens with different lenses.
Sorry to hear of your problems with your Canon 600D (USA-Canon t3i). It is a really fine camera to own.
I can relate as I just sent my Canon 5D of to the Canon repair center to have it updated, cleaned and serviced. Mine was having some underexposure at very high shutter speeds (over 1/2000 second)
I don't know how old your camera is, but DSLR cameras are like automobiles-they do have to get serviced. I have not heard of your unique situation, so I cannot give you any specific answer.
I suggest you have it serviced-tested by an authorized Canon repair center in your country.
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