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The anti shake on my z5 has turned itself off.Does any body know how to turn it back on? Ihave tried resetting the camera gut this does not work.

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  • Switch camera on
  • Select Menu Button
  • Menu item 1
  • Use controller to move down to anti-shake
  • Use controller to move right
  • select i) Disp + Exp ii) Exp only iii) Of
Go to for a Z5 manual

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