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My exilim camera is stuck on the picture won't

I was viewing pics on my exilim youtube capture mode camera and it got stuck on one picture. I can't turn the camera off, can't move to next picture. I took out the card and it still wouldn't shut off. Thankfully the pics are still on the card.

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