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Panasonic DMC-LC1EB camera no longer shows picture when start up

Cannot record or take pictures but can play back from card

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    i have the same problem!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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It sounds like you have the review mode, which won't allow you to take pictures - change the mode using the dial at the top of the camera. Change the dial to Auto, "A", and you should be able to take pictures.

Posted on May 13, 2009

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The picture that I posted shows a TZ3 mode dial. I added a blue arrow to point out an icon on the mode dial.
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