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Im getting E:61:10 flashing when i switch on and can't take pics.

Im getting E:61:10 flashing on the left side of the screen when i switch on and can't take pics,zoom is not focus.
Please help me with this.
Is reiparable?can I take some where to reiper?
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According to the manual..

you need to initialise the camera. you do this by pressing "initialize" on the screen the "initialize all settings" press "ok" this will restore default settings. it wont erase any pictures stored on the memory. though make sure not to power off whilst doing the above.

i hope that helps.

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