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Playback mode is stalling

I have no problems in standby mode but when i try to take a photograph the camera either stalls or doesn't take it at all. When I press playback to look at my pictures the screen freezes and the number of my pictures counts up or down really fast but the picture won't move! It freezes at the last taken image and the only way I can stop it is by removing the battery.

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This is due to problem with the memory card. Back up all taken pictures. format the memory card with PC or camera itself and restart the camera. check if there is a problem. if there is a problem, ensure that if is free from dust or humidity. There may be problem with camera software. Better is to take it to a camera hardware engineer.

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2. After adjusting settings, press the selection button until the display is no longer flashing.

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• Full-pressing the remote shutter-release button has the same effect as full-pressing the shutter-release button on the camera, starting interval mode photography.

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