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Unusable camera I didn't drop my camera. I was taking pictures. They started turning a bluish pixelated color sometimes. Then all of a sudden, it just stopped working. The lens is partially out. and It wont turn on.

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All you have to do is take the batteries out for a moment, and then put them back+ turn the camera on and off. This clears the glitch and normal operation will resume. . .

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