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Panasonic Lumix DMC LZ2

When I turnt he camera on, it comes on and the lens comes out, the screen comes on, and a message pops up that tells me to turn the camera off and then on again. This happens over and over again, but does not fix the problem and does not stop. staciep

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My camera is a Lumix DMC - LS70 and the same thing was happening to me, the camera kept telling me to turn it off which never solved the problem and the lens never closed when the camera turned off. What i did was, i zoomed out as i turned the camera on (while it was in a picture taking mode) and it corrected itself. Try it and see what happens.

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