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LCD screen is black while the picture is taken

I have a recent problem with my Canon Powershot G9: when I turn on the camera to take the picture the LCD screen is black - I canĀ“t see the motive I want to catch. After the picture is taken the scree lights up and I can inspect the picture. Have you any idea what might be the problem??
Bought the camera in New York in March this year.

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  • carlosferran Dec 13, 2008

    The screen has stopped working half of the time. Whe I take a picture is black and I can't frame with it, and the image appears only after having taken it.

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I think u have turned on the optic view finder mode. so the camera switch off the LCD so go to menu and search for the option to enable the LCD or to disable the optic viewfinder ok.

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