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Also known as EOS 600D and released in March 2011, this camera can be identified by its SKU (SKU:5169BO32). This camera is a Canon Digital SLR with 18 megapixels.

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Hi everyone! My Canon t3i's viewfinder is super blurry. I've tried adjusting the diopter and that's not the problem it seems. When I look into the diopter from 4+ inches away I see a black rectangle that looks to have fallen out of place. As I place my eye to the optical viewfinder, I no longer see the rectangle but it's totally blurry and nothing is in focus.

My images are still great but I'm unable to use my viewfinder to take photos which is a bit of a pain, since I can't effectively manually focus. A photographer friend of mine mentioned that it looks as though the "seal" has come undone and told me that the object is the reason for the blurriness.

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any advice as to how to open my camera to find and fix whatever object is in the way?

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Hi @allisonrenee,

Here is the ifixit guide on how to remove the top casing of the camera. Hopefully with this removed you will be able to access the viewfinder and resolve the problem.

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Thank you so much for your reply, @jayeff ! Really appreciate it. My husband is wanting to use the tutorial you referenced and fix my camera himself. He's not a camera repair guy by any means but he's pretty good at fixing stuff(he replaced his own iPhone screen, for example). Do you think he can correctly fix my camera without further damaging it??


Hi @allisonrenee

I'm not the right person to be asking. I have only repaired two cameras (not your model) and that was for faulty LCD screens.

The questions that you have to ask yourself are:

1. Can I live with the camera as it is now and leave it 'unfixed' ?

2. Can I live with the fact that the repair may damage it further?

3. Can I live with the fact that even if it has been opened that maybe 'we' cannot find what the problem is or that there are no easy to find replacement parts etc?

I am not trying to put you off at all. far from it.

If your husband is as you say good at fixing things then if your answers to the above indicate that you should let him try then by all means do so.

Here are some hints learnt by experience, sometimes bitter, that may be of some help.

1. Be 'organized'.

Have the appropriate workspace, tools, references etc to make the job easier. Some examples of what may also help to make it easier is to keep any screws that you remove at each stage in the dis-assembly in separate containers etc in case they are different sizes ans also so that they do not get lost. It is amazing how far a screw can travel when it bounces off the table. Take pictures of things as a reference for when you have to re-assemble in case the guide is not that explicit at that point.

2. Stay Calm.

If things are not going well and he/you are getting frustrated, STOP, take a break, think it through and then come back and start again. This forum has a lot of people who said that they 'ripped, broke, tore' something off in their frustration to remove/release it.

3. Be gentle when repairing. Most electronics are robust but it also doesn't take much to cause problems especially if you are 'heavy handed'

I'm sure that your husband will be well aware of all of this and will hopefully be able to fix it It is not easy to repair anything for the first time but so long as he/you/both are properly prepared to do the repair it will hopefully go alright.


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