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I have 00 showing on my lcd

How do I get back to the number 20 so I can take pictures again??

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All you have to do is download the pictures on to the PC and then reset the digital camera in mode to CA for (clear all) and it will reset to 20 in the regular mode. Hope this helps. PCS

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