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LCD Display When I release the shutter, the access lamp(red light) comes on, the pix is not displayed on the lcd monitor and the camera shuts off. Battery is charged. Any ideas? Terry

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  • Anonymous Nov 25, 2007

    I have the same problem. I sent it to Precision Camera for waranty service but in just a couple of weeks it started doing it again.

  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2008

    I do have exactly the same problem. Too bad, I LOVE my camera....and I'm not about to buy a Sony one...hate them....a solution anyone?

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I was cleaning my CCD and damaged the shutter. Same problem. Click to take a picture and the camera locks up and powers off. Turn the camera back on and the shutter releases and the camera resets and powers on. $281 service call later and Precision fixed it quickly. Replaced the shutter. They warranty their work for 6 months. Priced way too high, but nobody would touch it. As soon as I told other repair services how I messed it up, they turned me down. I had to much money invested in the camera to toss it in the closet.

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