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When I turn on my camera on the control Panel screen where the Aperture/Bracketing Increment/PC Connection information should be I get F-- instead and I am not able to take any pictures. it does not do this all the time but it has been doing it alot and I am missing important photos that I need. This camera has only been used a handful of times being that we purchased it in september. What is wrong with it and how can I fix it?

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