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Shutter wont release

When I try to take a shot the card busy light comes on and there is a clicking sound but the shutter wont release

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  • berylebay May 30, 2009

    Thanks but I tried that and the card is OK

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You're memory card is either full or has gone bad. try a new one to see if that works

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