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"Changing the shooting information display"

Camera turns on but no picture shows when you try to take one on the screen. I can get the grid to show, but nothing I am pointing it at.

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There is nothing the end user can do to fix this problem, it takes parts and testing. You can either send the camera in to the manufacturer or you can just replace it, whichever is the cheapest.

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I just had this issue with my camera (my 15 year old son solved it for me ;-) ).

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