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PUlling out the lens because it says access and doesnt show the screen.

Okay. HOw do you pull the lense out of the camera because it says access. And i like dont wanna brake it ... so like i need some like help =D

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  • chelsea VATKA May 26, 2007

    ONce you turn it on its black. And all it says in the middle is "access" But i can review pictures. But not take anypictures. THen sometimes it says turn off power then turn on again

  • HoofHearted Dec 29, 2007

    When I turn on the camera, it is a black screen on back, and all its says is "access". After about 15-20 seconds, it tells me to "turn power off-on again". Also, the lens on front extends and retracts, once or twice, before I turn it off. Please, any help would be appreciated.

  • dondouglass May 03, 2008

    same here-

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Clarify "it says access"...?

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