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When the camera's circuits detect condensation on the tape heads, this message is shown and the camera shuts down. This is to prevent damage to tapes, that could stick to the damp head.
It is recommended to leave the camera in a warm and dry place until sufficient time has elapsed for the condensation to evaporate. This may be several hours. Do not leave the camera anywhere too warm that is likely to damage it, like on a stove or radiator.
This issue is commonly caused by moving the camera from the cold outdoors, into the warmth of indoors.
If the symptoms persist, the head may be dirty. try a head cleaner cassette, or failing that, return for service.