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Check all your buttons have retracted all the way out. Sometimes it only takes one stuck (stupid) rubber button to stuff things up :) Check your camera thoroughly even check to see if the card/battery door is fully closed
The focus frame does not appear on the monitor screen while following conditions. • In the Auto mode, while the following settings are configured. - Face Detection : ON - Effect : Make-UP - Auto Shutter : Detect Smile • "MF" or "∞" selected for the focus setting. • BEST SHOT scenes that use the above settings. Example: "4 Portrait" BEST SHOT scene
* Changing the above settings will cause the focus frame to reappear.
If your camera wont keep the memory settigns after turn off the camera, its possible that you have some problem with the internal battery and need to be replaced.
The button for this is on the right, the second one from the rear and it has multiple squares on it for a symbol. Pressing and holding this button down then turning the rear dial should change the shutter release function. It cycles through single shot, multiple shots low and high speed, and then self timer. You set the actual parameters of the self-timer from the custom setting menu.
Since you can't get into the menu, let's try a manual reset. Remove the card and the battery...press all the buttons...leave it alone for 20 minutes...insert the card and then the battery...turn it on.
This seems to happen when something (water, sand, dust) gets trapped in
the lens mechanism. Has the camera been somewhere filthy before?
recommended methods include taping on the bottom of the camera,
rapping it on a table, and pressing hard on the lens. If the lens moves
when you turn the camera on, try keeping your hand on it so that it's
forced back into the camera body. A can of compressed air squirted
around the lens is also a possible fix... but be super careful with
that stuff, a good hard blow of breath might be safer.
not recommending that you do crazy stuff to your camera, but if you're
careful you may be able to get it working again without having to get