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My camera when turned on looks like the lense cap is still on (the viewing area is black....How do I fix

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Hello, Did you try the button marked EVP/LCD it is in the upper left corner above the display ? It's a small silver button next to the eye-piece.
Best Regards, Russell

Posted on Jan 23, 2013

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