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Blurry Display Screen and 2 beeps with shutting Off

Just out the blue my camera stop functioning properly. When I turn on the camer my display area shows a blurry live feed. When I take the picture it is blurry as well. When I turn off the camera it has 2 beeping sounds.

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Check the mode that the camera is in try to put it in auto mode, if its in other mode like fast motion etc it can cause this blurry pictures

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