Hey! I'm looking for some advice on a recent camera repair (or not) that I had. Just under 12 months ago, I bought a Canon EOS 1300D as a beginners camera, and everything was going great until about 3 weeks ago. I noticed that at 1/200 shutter speed, a third of my image was blacked out. The higher the shutter speed, the more of my image was blacked out. I did some research and came across an article which explained it could have been caused my a sticking shutter, and so I set a slower shutter speed and took an image without my lens to try and monitor the action, but I couldn't spot anything untoward. In the end I took my camera back to the shop where I purchased it (Jessops) and they agreed it sounded like a sticking shutter and so promptly sent it off to Canon under warranty. Today I received an e-mail to say that the camera is ready for collection, but that the Canon techs could find nothing wrong it. The camera is now outside of it's original warranty and I'm concerned that nothing will have changed. Does anyone have any ideas what could've caused this problem if the shutter is ok? Could it be me? It's worth noting that I tried 3 lenses in total and all suffered the same problem. I also tried, with and without the flash.