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Always in Movie Mode

It seems that the camera is always in movie mode even when I am just trying to take a regular snapshot. I have even changed settings and it continues to have the same problem. I get a large "RECORDING" across the screen in red letters.

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You have to put it on auto adjustment( green Camera) then push the menu buttion and then slect normal and it should work!

Posted on Jan 05, 2008

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