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Info missing on Nikon L16 camera

I don't know why, most of the info is missing from the lcd display. I mean the battery level indicator, the iso value etc etc. Don't get me wrong, the camera works fine, and the preview is on the display where it should be, everything works perfect, but I need the infos about e.g. battery level.
Is this normal the lack of info or it's just my camera broken (it is a brand new camera, bought 3 days ago)?
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  • evilseniorma May 24, 2009

    unfortunately there is no button... but thanks for trying... i was hoping that someone has the same camera so i would know if that is normal...

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Is there a disp or display button? push it and see what happens. usually this button toggles less info, more info, no info, screen off.

Posted on May 24, 2009

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