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Camera does not stay on

When camera turned on at any setting it focus' all the way out and all the way in then the following comes up on the screen:

 

PLEASE TURN CAMERA  OFF AND THEN ON AGAIN

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  • hyawatha Dec 25, 2007

    my camera wont stay on every time i turn it on it says" turn camera off and turn back on again" please help me with this problem! thanks

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