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Unable to take pictures

THE CAMERA POWERS ON AND HAS THE PICTURE ON THE SCREEN BUT WHEN YOU TRY TO ZOOM IN OR OUT,THE CAMERA READS TURN OFF AND BACK ON AND THAT IS ALL I CAN GET IT TO DO. var url = "ccode=bs_war_lb_gif_2&fromebay=" + escape(document.URL) document.write('
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  • strasburgs Mar 05, 2008

    We just bought this camera off of ebay and haven't recieved it yet. Thanks for helping; hopefully we get it fixed so it works.

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Sir,this is also internal lens stuckup or gears problum repairable u try any local repairar

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