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I have my camera stuck on the three shot setting,

I cant find the user manual and cant seem to get it back to the regular single shot, also what is the maximum size recommended for a pic taken at max, resolution, largest size, setting, I am going to Hawaii and would like to make some large copies when I get back

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I found the book and noticed there was a reset button on the bottom of the camera that reset to factory specs, thanks

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Error: TURN THE POWER OFF AND ON AGAIN is displayed on the LCD screen when the Lens Mechanism is stuck or when affected by any malfunction. If turning the power on and off again does not resolve the error message, try doing a power reset and Initialize option.

Performing a manual power reset

Turn off the camera.

Remove the battery pack.

Press and hold the power button for 30 seconds.

Allow the camera to remain without power for 60 seconds.

Reinsert the battery pack.

Turn on the camera.

To reset the Camera back to factory default, select the INITIALIZE Option from the SET UP1 Menu of the Camera to OK.This will set the user defined settings back to factory default. The images and videos will not get deleted.


If the issue persists, service may be required.


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