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My camera flashes F-- and wont take the picture

I can not take a pic becasue it keeps flashing F--, on the camera and wont take a pic.

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Check to make sure your lens is fully engaged. If not, you will get an error message, a flashing F--

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Try updating your firmware from their website, that maybe your problem, just choose your model :)

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