Question about Canon Cameras
Posted by Anonymous on
You posted in the wrong category but that sounds like a condensation warning. Leave the camera open indoors and allow it to warm up and dry. Keeping the tape door open will speed things up. Don't subject the camera to rapid temperature changes like warm house to cold outdoors.
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