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Camera Froze I somehow managed to hit the shutter button or something and it has totally frozen up the camera...this happened once before and I have no clue how I fixed it. Help????

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Maybe remove the batteries and try to turn it on .. than let it sit most of the day.-4 hours.. Then put the batteries back in and try to turn it back on.. Also check the lens cover and make sure its not stock...

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