Okay, here's a wierd one. The other day, I was shooting a friend's house (new roof, he wanted pictures of it, and he contributes to my film fund). I composed the shot, pressed the shutter release halfway, and stared. A small insect (though huge in my viewfinder) crawled across the frame from upper left to lower right. Now, I have a Canon Rebel GII. There's always a lens on it. It doesn't have interchangeable focussing screens. This insect is (still) on the inside, upper surface of the focusing screen. I took the lens off and peered in, and sure enough, I could see it in there. I tried shaking it out, I tried tapping the camera, I tried blowing it out, I tried compressed air. I have no idea how it got in there (like I said, the only time a lens isn't on the camera is when I'm changing from one to another). Nevertheless, this insectile organism is surely going to die soon, and it will likely be just as annoying then as it is now, live. Any ideas on how I can get it out? I really, really want it gone!