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Mirror image Hi, I have an olympus fe100, lately when I turn it on the image of what I'm shooting on the lcd screen is upside down and the writing is mirroe image instead of normal, do I have to chuck the camera or is there a solution? Thanks

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I would be interesting to discover a solution An E-500 has reported this too Suggest only Olympus will have the answers.

Posted on Aug 20, 2007

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