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Camera caught in rain shower for short period of time. Still takes photos, but LCD screen images are upside down and backwards. I can still operate menu items. Is there a mirror image setting or is the moisture still having an affect on LCD circuits? DS

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It sounds to me that there is moisture in the camera. Send it to a repair centre.

Posted on Dec 11, 2008

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